Responsible Partner:Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW)
Authors: Malak-Rawlikowska A., Majewski E., Wąs A., Gołaś M., Kłoczko-Gajewska A., Borgen S. O., Coppola E., Csillag P., Duboys de Labarre M., Freeman R., Gentili R., Gorton M., Hoàng V., Kuraj S., Lecoeur J-L., Mai N., Menozzi D., Nguyễn Quỳnh A., Saidi M., Tocco B., Torjusen H., Török Á., Veneziani M., Vittersø G., Wavresky, P.
Date of Publication: February 2019
The main objective of the Work Package 7 – Evaluation of the Impact of Short Food Supply Chains (SFSC) – was to better understand the impact of Short Food Supply Chains (SFSC) on rural territories by evaluating concrete case-studies in six European countries and identifying factors that support or deter the development of SFSC. This involves both understanding the role, motivations, attitudes and practices of actors already engaged in different types of SFSC and evaluating the impact of, and interrelation between, the chosen food chains and the social, environmental and economic dimensions, in given territories.
In this report, we focus on assessing the sustainability of Short Food Supply Chains and their impacts on local economies.