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THE WELFARE EFFECTS OF CONSUMING A CANCER PREVENTION DIET

By Karen M. Jetter, James A. Chalfant and Daniel A. Sumner

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This study measures the welfare changes in agriculture and to consumers should people eat the recommended levels of fruits and vegetables for a cancer prevention diet. An equilibrium displacement model is used to measure the change in welfare to fruit and vegetable industries, other commodities, and agricultural input markets.Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety,

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