Melvil Decimal System: 381.41
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Works under MDS 381.41
- Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge by Gordon Edgar
- To Market, to Market by Nikki McClure
- Local Food: How to Make it Happen in Your Community (Transition Guides) by Tamzin Pinkerton
- Night Markets: Bringing Food to a City by Joshua Horwitz
- Farm Market Cookbook, The by Judith Olney
- Shop Like a Chef: A Food Lover's Guide to St. Louis Neighborhoods by
- Black, White, and Green: Farmers Markets, Race, and the Green Economy (Geographies of Justice and Social Transformation) by Alison Hope Alkon
- The Dane County Farmers' Market: A Personal History by Mary Carpenter
- Detroit's Eastern Market: A Farmers Market Shopping and Cooking Guide, New Edition by Lois Johnson
- Smart Start: Let's Go to the Market! by Nancy Hertzog Ph.D.
- Big Weed: An Entrepreneur's High-Stakes Adventures in the Budding Legal Marijuana Business by Christian Hageseth
- Marketing of Agricultural Products (9th Edition) by Richard L. Kohls
- The Grain Market in the Roman Empire: A Social, Political and Economic Study by Paul Erdkamp
- Cargill: From Commodities to Customers by Wayne G. Broehl Jr.
- Markets of New England by Christine Chitnis
- The cattle-trailing industry : between supply and demand, 1866-1890 by Jimmy M. Skaggs
- Las carneradas : sheep trade in New Mexico, 1700-1860 by John O. Baxter
- Profitable Garden Center Management by Louis Berninger
- Food Chains: From Farmyard to Shopping Cart (Hagley Perspectives on Business and Culture) by Warren Belasco
- Reading Terminal Market: An Illustrated History by David K. O'Neil
- The Cotton Kings: Capitalism and Corruption in Turn-of-the-Century New York and New Orleans by Bruce E. Baker
- Welsh Cattle Drovers (Landmark Collector's Library) by Richard J. Moore-Colyer
- The Great New England Food Guide by Kathy Gunst
- Great Jerusalem Artichoke Circus: The Buying and Selling of the Rural American Dream by Joseph Amato
- Alternative Food Networks: Knowledge, Practice, and Politics (Routledge Studies of Gastronomy, Food and Drink) by David Goodman
- From Farms to You (Go Facts: Food) by Paul McEvoy
- The Tobacco Lords: A Study of the Tobacco Merchants of Glasgow and Their Trading Activities, 1740-1790 by T. M. Devine
- The Complete Guide to Garden Center Management by John Stanley
- Roots, Fruits, Shoots and Leaves: A Guide to Shopping at Chinese Fresh Food Markets by Pam Shookman
- Wool Trade of Ancient Pompeii (Studies of the Dutch Archaeological & Historical Society) by W.O. Moeller
- Farm Fresh Georgia: The Go-To Guide to Great Farmers' Markets, Farm Stands, Farms, U-Picks, Kids' Activities, Lodging, Dining, Dairies, Festivals, ... Wineries, and More (Southern Gateways Guides) by Jodi Helmer
- Growing Good Things to Eat in Texas: Profiles of Organic Farmers and Ranchers across the State (Texas A&M University Agriculture Series) by Pamela Walker
- The retail florist business by Peter Blair Pfahl
- The Pike Place Market: 100 Years: Celebrating America's Favorite Farmer's Market by The Pike Place Market Preservation and Development
- Living with flowers: The California Flower Market history = [Hana to tomo ni] by Gary Kawaguchi
- Eating Local (Growing Green) by Laura Perdew
- Feeding the City: From Street Market to Liberal Reform in Salvador, Brazil, 1780-1860 by Richard Graham
- The Animal Trade by Clive J. C. Phillips
- Goodbye Covent Garden by Ena Bodin
- Time to Open! (Reader's Clubhouse: Level 2) by Jennifer B. Gillis
- Grain Markets in Europe, 1500-1900: Integration and Deregulation by Karl Gunnar Persson
- Market days; an informal history of the Eugene Producers' Public Market by Stan Bettis
- Farm fresh Tennessee : the go-to guide to great farmers' markets, farm stands, farms, U-picks, kids' activities, lodging, dining, wineries, breweries, distilleries, festivals, and more by Paul Knipple
- Famine and Scarcity in Late Medieval and Early Modern England: The Regulation of Grain Marketing, 1256-1631 by Buchanan Sharp
- Shonis Olaf by Gwyn Griffiths
- Farmers' Markets of the Heartland (Heartland Foodways) by Janine MacLachlan
- Goodbye, Johnny Onions by Gwyn Griffiths
- Market Book Containing a Historical Account of the Public Markets in the Cities of New York, Philadelphia, & Brooklyn (Reprints of Economic Classics) by Thomas F. De Voe
- Celebrate the Harvests!: Michigan Farm Markets, Farm Stands, and Harvest Festivals by Don Frisch
- Trading Up: Building Cooperation Between Farmers and Traders in Africa by Lucian Peppelenbos
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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