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The food economy : global issues and challenges

Author: Frank Bunte; J C Dagevos
Publisher: Wageningen, The Netherlands : Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2009.
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The food economy is increasingly shaped by such new issues as sustainability, safety and quality standards, consumer health, and industry concentration. Cultural and ethical arguments gain momentum when aligned with issues such as economic welfare and stakeholder interests. The food economy grows ever more global and encompasses more elusive elements like trust, integrity, transparency, corporate social  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Food economy.
Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2009
(DLC) 2010540478
(OCoLC)326649050
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Bunte; J C Dagevos
ISBN: 9086866875 9789086866878
OCLC Number: 841228678
Description: 1 online resource (191 pages) : illustrations, map
Contents: pt. 1. Introduction --
pt. 2. Market structures, mechanisms and materials --
pt. 3. 'Software' becoming 'hardware' --
pt. 4. Perspectives on food policy --
pt. 5. Conclusion.
Responsibility: edited by Frank Bunte, Hans Dagevos.

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The food economy is increasingly shaped by such new issues as sustainability, safety and quality standards, consumer health, and industry concentration. Cultural and ethical arguments gain momentum when aligned with issues such as economic welfare and stakeholder interests. The food economy grows ever more global and encompasses more elusive elements like trust, integrity, transparency, corporate social responsibility and creating emotional bonds with customers. The food economy is inextricably interrelated with globalisation, changes in consumer demand for food and energy, the ICT revolution, sustainability issues, and shifts in the relationship between private companies and public regulators. The Food Economy explores a variety of trends and topics from the broad perspective that their evolution is interdependent with all kinds of counter currents and opposite notions: scarcity goes together with abundance,

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