This monograph is part of the Minnesota Economic Regulation Monograph series, a comprehensive
survey of law pertaining to the production, processing and distribution of food and other farm comr
modities in the United States. It outlines two types of regulations: (1) those designed to protect
the health and safety of consumers and improve their knowledge about food purchasing; and (2) those
that protect the farmer's product and input markets, particularly in terms of trade practices and
Burke, Tim; Dahl, Dale C..
Federal Regulations of the U.S. Food Marketing System.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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