La consommation et la distribution alimentaire à Cotonou (Bénin)

by Nicolas Bricas (writer), Claire Cerdan (writer)
210 x 297 format 44 pages In stock
10,80 €


This study sets out to describe and analyse how food distribution in Cotonou is organized in line with dietary trends. The central hypothesis of the study is that urban food distribution cannot be restricted to making foodstuffs available in a wide, densely populated area. The structure of distribution circuits is in fact linked to the status of the various products in the diet and the dietary habits of consumers.

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Language(s): French

Publisher: Cirad

Co-publisher: FAO

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Série Urbanisation, alimentation et filières vivrières

Published: 1 january 1998

Reference Book: CI729

EAN13 Book: 9782876143326

Format (in mm) Book: 210 x 297

Pages count Book: 44

Weight (in grammes): 146 (Book)