The Economic Impacts of Direct Produce Marketing: A Case Study of Oklahoma's Famers' Markets
The IMPLAN model is used to estimate total (direct and secondary) economic impacts of farmers' markets in Oklahoma's economy. The results show that Oklahoma farmers' markets generate a total gross sale of $3.3 million, with a total economic impact of $7.8 million.
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- Kezis, Alan S. & Gwebu, Thula & Peavey, Stephanie R. & Cheng, Hsiang-Tai, 1998. "A Study Of Consumers At A Small Farmers' Market In Maine: Results From A 1995 Survey," Journal of Food Distribution Research, Food Distribution Research Society, vol. 29(1), February.
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