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The Economic Performance of Food-Manufacturing Industries in Idaho

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As part of the global economy, agriculture and agribusiness of the State of Idaho have been significantly affected by the structural changes taking place in the food-supply chain. Constantly changing consumer preferences, new technologies, and globalization represent both challenges and opportunities for the food-supply-chain participants. The very diverse agriculture of Idaho provides a favorable market environment for agricultural producers and food companies to become involved in various food-manufacturing activities. This paper focuses on the quantitative evaluation of the economic performance of food-manufacturing industries in Idaho, using U.S. Economic Census data for 1997 and 2002. The results have implications for the strategic decision-making of the food-supply-chain participants and government authorities.

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  • Bolotova, Yuliya, 2008. "The Economic Performance of Food-Manufacturing Industries in Idaho," Journal of Food Distribution Research, Food Distribution Research Society, vol. 39(1), March.
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    1. Bolotova, Yuliya V., 2016. "Food Manufacturing Industry in South Carolina: An Analysis of the Size, Structure, and Performance," Journal of Food Distribution Research, Food Distribution Research Society, vol. 47(1), March.

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