Nontraditional export crops in Guatemala: effects on production, consumption, and nutrition
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KeywordsVegetable trade Guatemala.; Exports Guatemala.; Farms; Small Guatemala.; Food supply Guatemala.; Agricultural laborers Guatemala.; Household surveys Guatemala.;
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