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Multiple interviews were conducted with some informants over the period indicated in the introduction. Those listed below refer only to the specific interviews that are mentioned in the text.
Angelo Manigula Kilave, tomato farmer, Mtitu, Iringa region, 18.3.2003, 7.5.2003 and 5.9.2003.
Bartholomeo Sanga & Festo Mkilama, madalali, Kariakoo market, Dar es Salaam, 17.9.2003.
Berod Mhanga, tomato farmer, Ilula Mazomba, Iringa region, 4.9.2003.
Edward Sanga, tomato farmer, Kidamali, Iringa region, 6.5.2003.
Exoni Manitu, tomato farmer, Mangalali, Iringa region, 19.3.2003, 15.5.2003 and 6.9.2003.
Festo Mkilama, tomato dalali, Kariakoo market, Dar es Salaam, 15.4.2003.
Geoffrey Sanga, potato kiunganishi, Ntokela, Mbeya region, 23.5.2003.
Kamwene Benedict Mlelwa Sanga, potato dalali, Kariakoo market, Dar es Salaam, 5.1.2003 and 17.4.2003.
Kuboja Ng'ungu, General Manager, Kariakoo Market Corporation, Kariakoo, 27.8.2003.
Maiko Bakari, African blackwood carvings (vinyago) trader, Masasi, Mtwara Region, 22.7.2003.
Nicanor Omolo, Senior statistician, Kariakoo Market Corporation, Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, 27.8.2003.