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    • Accessing Virginia Market Sectors: Establishing a Market Perspective 

      Vallotton, Amber; Battah, Alexandra; Knox, Ryan; Vargo, Adrianna; Archibald, Thomas G.; Boyer, Renee Raiden; Cook, Natalie E.; Drape, Tiffany (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2017-11-27)
      Discusses marketing perspective, and emphasizes the importance of understanding the market, before investing lots of time, effort and money.
    • Accessing Virginia's College & University Market Sector: Fresh Produce Food Safety Considerations 

      Vallotton, Amber; Battah, Alexandra; Knox, Ryan; Vargo, Adrianna; Archibald, Thomas G.; Boyer, Renee Raiden; Cook, Natalie E.; Drape, Tiffany (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2017-11-27)
      Highlights from a 2015-2016 market assessment survey are discussed in this document.
    • Accessing Virginia's Hospital Market Sector: Fresh Produce Food Safety Considerations 

      Vallotton, Amber; Battah, Alexandra; Knox, Ryan; Vargo, Adrianna; Archibald, Thomas G.; Boyer, Renee Raiden; Cook, Natalie E.; Drape, Tiffany (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2017-11-27)
      Discusses hospitals as a potential market for locally grown foods and products. Identifies school purchasing priorities, and some of the likely barriers to purchasing.
    • Accessing Virginia's Market Sectors: Fresh Produce Purchasing Considerations 

      Vallotton, Amber; Battah, Alexandra; Knox, Ryan; Vargo, Adrianna; Archibald, Thomas G.; Boyer, Renee Raiden; Cook, Natalie E.; Drape, Tiffany (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2017-11-17)
      Discusses the results of a survey of colleges and universities, direct-to-consumer markets, hospitals, public schools, restaurants, retailers and regional wholesalers.
    • Accessing Virginia's Public School (K-12) Market Sector: Fresh Produce Safety Considerations 

      Vallotton, Amber; Battah, Alexandra; Knox, Ryan; Vargo, Adrianna; Archibald, Thomas G.; Boyer, Renee Raiden; Cook, Natalie E.; Drape, Tiffany (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2017-11-27)
      Discusses public schools as a potential market for locally grown foods and products. Identifies school purchasing priorities, and some of the likely barriers to purchasing.
    • Accessing Virginia's Regional Wholesale Market Sector: Fresh Produce Safety Considerations 

      Vallotton, Amber; Battah, Alexandra; Knox, Ryan; Vargo, Adrianna; Archibald, Thomas G.; Boyer, Renee Raiden; Cook, Natalie E.; Drape, Tiffany (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2017-11-17)
      Discusses wholesale market distributors and regional food hubs, and how to market locally grown food crops to them. Also notes the results of a 2015-2016 a Virginia statewide market assessment survey.
    • Accessing Virginia’s Restaurant Market Sector: Fresh Produce Food Safety Considerations 

      Vallotton, Amber D.; Battah, Alexandra; Knox, Ryan; Vargo, Adrianna; Archibald, Thomas G.; Boyer, Renee Raiden; Cook, Natalie E.; Drape, Tiffany (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2017-11-17)
      Despite the growing demand and support for local food, there can often be significant barriers for growers trying to tap into new markets, given specific food safety expectations, policies, and requirements. This trend is ...
    • IMPACT: Virginia Potato Disease Advisory Impact 

      Herbert, D. Ames (David Ames), 1949-; Long, Theresa; Deitch, Ursula T.; Laub, Curtis A., 1955-; Rideout, Steven Lewis; Moore, David M.; Tucker, Lindy; Archibald, Thomas G. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2014-11-13)
      To help potato growers more efficiently manage disease problems, Virginia Cooperative Extension initiated the Virginia Potato Disease Advisory to provide growers with weather-based disease forecast information. Advisories ...
    • Internationalizing the Land Grant Mission: Lessons from Senegal 

      Abaye, Azenegashe Ozzie; Archibald, Thomas G.; Vaughan, Larry; Thompson, Thomas; Thomason, Wade E.; Mbaye, Demba F.; Mamadou, L. O.; Abdoulaye, S.Y.; Gueye, Fatou; Snyder, Glenda; Guiesse, Bineta; Jamison, Kathleen; Vashro, Taylor N. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2018-03-20)
      Discusses using the land grant university model on an international level, in this case program development in Senegal.