Challenges in Power-imbalanced Food Supply: The UK Case of Small, Specialist and Niche Fresh-produce Relationship

Martin K. Hingley, Allan Revill, Adam Lindgreen

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA Stakeholder Approach to Managing Food : Local, National, and Global Issues
EditorsAdam Lindgreen, Martin K. Hingley, Robert J. Angell, Juliet Memery, Joelle Vanhamme
Place of PublicationAbingdon
PublisherRoutledge
Publication date2016
Pages229-240
Chapter16
ISBN (Print)9781138224636
ISBN (Electronic)97811315565262
Publication statusPublished - 2016
SeriesFood and Agricultural Marketing
Number4

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Hingley, M. K., Revill, A., & Lindgreen, A. (2016). Challenges in Power-imbalanced Food Supply: The UK Case of Small, Specialist and Niche Fresh-produce Relationship. In A. Lindgreen, M. K. Hingley, R. J. Angell, J. Memery, & J. Vanhamme (Eds.), A Stakeholder Approach to Managing Food: Local, National, and Global Issues (pp. 229-240). Routledge. Food and Agricultural Marketing, No. 4