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Abdul Karim, Muhammad Shahrim and Abdul Rashid, Siti Sumayah and Mohd Adzahan, Noranizan and Camillo, Angelo A. (2011) Consumers' perspective towards Malaysian traditional food: sambal belacan (chilli shrimp paste), a preliminary investigation. Journal of Agribusiness Marketing, 4 (-). pp. 68-92. ISSN 1985-3890
Mohd Adzahan, Noranizan and Shamsuddin, Rosnah and Lau, Phei Ling and Sew, Chang Chew and Sobhi, Babak (2011) Pineapple juice production using ultraviolet pasteurisation: potential cost implications. Journal of Agribusiness Marketing, 4 (-). pp. 38-50. ISSN 1985-3890
Abdullah, Amin Mahir and Mohamed Arshad, Fatimah and Abd. Latif, Ismail (2011) The impacts of supermarkets and hypermarkets from the perspectives of fresh fruit and vegetable (FFV) wholesalers and retailers. Journal of Agribusiness Marketing, 4 . pp. 21-37. ISSN 1985-3890
Shamsudin, Mad Nasir and Selamat, Jinap and Radam, Alias and Ramin, Abdul Ghariff and Tey, Yeong Sheng and Abdul Hadi, Ahmad Hanis Izani (2010) Food consumption trend : transforming issues into opportunities. Journal of Agribusiness Marketing, Special Edition . pp. 69-76. ISSN 1985-3890
Man, Norsida and Mohd Nawi, Nolila (2010) The participation of Malaysian fresh fruit and vegetable farmers in contract farming. Journal of Agribusiness Marketing, 3 . pp. 76-85. ISSN 1985-3890
Osman, Azizah and Saari, Nazamid and Saleh, Rosli and Bakar, Jamilah and Zainal, Noor Diana and Yacob, Masturina (2009) Postharvest handling practices on selected local fruits and vegetables at different levels of the distribution chain. Journal of Agribusiness Marketing, 2 . pp. 38-51. ISSN 1985-3890
Man, Norsida and Mohd Nawi, Nolila and Ismail, Mohd Mansor (2009) An overview of the supply chain management of Malaysian vegetable and fruit industries focusing on channel of distribution. Journal of Agribusiness Marketing, 2 ( ). pp. 1-17. ISSN 1985-3890
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