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Food-Related Services: Opportunities Exist to Recover Costs by Charging Beneficiaries
Keith W. Oleson (au). The federal government spent nearly $1.6 billion in FY1995 to provide food-related services, such as inspecting, testing, grading, & approving agricultural commodities & products. This report identifies & evaluates opportunities to increase the share of funding by beneficiaries for food-related services provided by the federal government. It identifies (1) the types of food-related services provided by federal agencies; (2) the extent to which beneficiaries currently pay for such services through user fees; & (3) potential opportunities for recovering more of the service costs through user fees, as well as arguments for & against doing so.
Around the American Table: Treasured Recipes & Food Traditions from the American Cookery Collections of the New York Public Library
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Behavior & Learning of Animal Babies
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