Valuing Michigan's Local Food System

May 21, 2014

The MSU Center for Economic Analysis and CRFS have created a brief on the economic impact of local food in Michigan. This analysis examines the value of Michigan's agricultural food products from the farm through processing, retailing, and to the consumer. The research concludes that local foods represent about 17% of Michigan's total food consumption sales.

Valuing Michigan's Local Food System


Related Topic Areas

Economic Impact Analysis of Local and Regional Food Systems


Authors

Steve Miller

Steve Miller
517-355-2153
mill1707@msu.edu

Mike Hamm

Mike Hamm
517-432-1611
mhamm@msu.edu

Tom Kalchik

Tom Kalchik
517-432-8751
kalchikt@msu.edu

Rich Pirog

Rich Pirog
517-353-0694
rspirog@msu.edu

Judith Barry

Judith Barry
517-432-0308
barryjud@msu.edu

Steve Miller, John Mann, Judith Barry, Tom Kalchik, Rich Pirog & Mike Hamm


For more information visit:

Center for Regional Food Systems

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