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Excerpts from the report: Rapid changes in utilization of potatoes from fresh to processed have occurred because of major changes in consumer markets and in the pricing and delivery systems for the potato crop. As processing has increased, processors have seen the advantages of contracting, which include increased efficiency, more control over cost, and control over quality. A shift to preseason contracts has been followed by organized contract bargaining between growers and processors.doi:10.22004/ag.econ.314649 fatcat:sg5jmixcq5hs3cne4mwrcdyf24