Where to Find Information on the Food Industry: A Researcher's Guide
McLaughlin, Edward W.
The principal purpose of this guide is to assist researchers in locating information about the food industry. Certain basic references to general business are also included. The food industry is often defined broadly to encompass operations from farm to table. In this guide, however, the focus is somewhat narrower: emphasis is given primarily to food industry activity at manufacturer-distributor-consumer levels. The list of sources here is selective. It is designed as a guide to the most useful reference tools for locating information about the food industry. In many cases, the references here will lead to additional, more specific sources as dictated by the researcher's given topic. When assistance is required, reference librarians should be consulted. Materials in this Guide are organized and cross-referenced, where appropriate, according to the broad subject headings in the Table of Contents. Each citation includes the Cornell library location, the call number (or library room) and, in most cases, an annotation.
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Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University