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Private food safety and quality standards for fresh produce exporters: The case of Hortico Agrisystems, Zimbabwe

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  • Henson, Spencer & Masakure, Oliver & Boselie, David, 2005. "Private food safety and quality standards for fresh produce exporters: The case of Hortico Agrisystems, Zimbabwe," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 30(4), pages 371-384, August.
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