The potential of local food markets based on direct sales
Magdalena Raftowicz , Marian Kachniarz
AbstractThe Farm to Fork Strategy is a key element of the European Green Deal. It addresses the challenges of sustainable food systems in a comprehensive way. A key element of this strategy is the creation of efficient local food markets, based on short supply chains. This includes the development of direct farm sales systems. In order to implement this strategy effectively, the potential of these forms of market should be diagnosed. The article presents research results which are an attempt to fill this research gap. Its construction is based on the implementation of two objectives: - to provide an overview of the literature on methods and results of the research on identifying the potential of local markets based on direct sales; - to present the results of research on the local market potential on the example of a selected area in Poland. The presented research has universal values and may inspire its application in other countries.
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|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||Farm to Fork Strategy, direct sales, local government, short food supply chain|
|Score||= 5.0, 02-12-2020, ChapterFromConference|
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