Sources
  Sources
The main sources I have used are :-
Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) the Intervention Board and the Forestry Commission, "The Departmental Report, 2001", London, The Stationery Office. This summarises the work of the Ministry and its subsidiary agencies for that year, in particular detailing their budgets.
The website of the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), has its front page at http://www.defra.gov.uk/ (the old MAFF has now become DEFRA).

1. The Context of Food Policy
2. Government and Policy
Sources
Documentation
Presentation
Aims and Objectives
Roles of Aims and Objectives
Summary
Update
3. Policy Analysis
4. In-depth analysis of sub-topics
5. The Dispositive (Triangulation)
6. Summary
7. Conclusions


I have also consulted :-
MAFF and other agencies, "Agriculture in the United Kingdom, 2000", London, The Stationery Office. This is chiefly a statistical work, analysing commodity prices, imports/exports, acreages, animal numbers, farm sizes, land used, and industry accounts
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, "OECD Agricultural Outlook, 2001", Paris, OECD Publications. This is an international prospect for 2001-2006 for the world agricultural sector, which includes discussion of some of the key issues and summary statistics for the key items of food trade.

Examples of the documentation are on this page, including scanned pages from my main source book.

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