The institutional model of local food market organization with the participation of local government
Marian Kachniarz , Magdalena Raftowicz
AbstractThe European Green Deal is an opportunity to reconcile our food system with the needs of the planet and to respond positively to Europeans' aspirations for healthy, fair, and environmentally-friendly food. One element of this transformation is the development of local food markets based on direct sales from farms. All actors in the food chain must play a role in achieving the sustainability of the food chain. Public authorities at all levels can also play an important role in incubating this process. The local nature of the markets creates a specific field for local government. The paper aims to present the concept of an institutional model of the local food market with the participation of local government. This model is adapted to Polish conditions, but after taking into account the characteristics of a given country, it can be a universal model.
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|Book||Slavíčková Pavla, Stoklasa Jan (eds.): KNOWCON 2020. Knowledge on Economics and Management. Conference Proceedings, 2020, Palacký University Olomouc, ISBN 978-80-244-5798-7, 244 p., DOI:10.5507/ff.20.24457987|
|Keywords in English||European Green Deal, local food market, local government, short food supply chain|
|Score||= 5.0, 02-12-2020, ChapterFromConference|
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