2702, 2019

Evaluation of environmental, economic and social impacts of different models of PSFP in a school context

Authors: Angela Tregear, Maysara Sayed, Mary Brennan (UNED); Ružica Brečić, Irena Colić Barić, Andrea Lučić, Martina Bituh, Ana Ilić, Dubravka Sinčić Ćorić (ZAG); Efthimia Tsakiridou, Konstadinos Mattas, Christos Karelakis, Alexandros Gkatsikos, Ioannis Papadopoulos (AUTH); Filippo Arfini, Beatrice Biasani, Daniele Del Rio, Michele Donati, Francesca Giopp, Gianluca Lanza, Alice Rosi, Francesca Scazzina (UNIPR); Jelena Filipovic, Zorica Anicic (BEL) Steve Quarrie (EUTA)

February 2019

2502, 2019

Report on assessment of the social, environmental and economic sustainability of food quality schemes

Authors: V. Bellassen, F. Arfini, V. Amilien, F. Antonioli, A. Bodini, M. Boehm, R. Brečić, S. Chiussi, P. Csillag, A. Diallo, M. Donati, L. Dries, M. Drut, M. Duboys de Labarre, H. Ferrer, J. Filipović, L. Gauvrit, C. Gil, M. Gorton, V. Hoàng, M. Hilal, K. Knutsen Steinnes, A. Lilavanichakul, A. Malak-Rawlikowska, E. Majewski, S. Monier-Dilhan, P. Muller, O. Napasintuwong, K. Nikolaou, A. Nguyễn Quỳnh, I. Papadopoulos, S. Pascucci, J. Peerlings, T. Poméon, B. Ristic, B. Schaer, Z. Stojanovic, M. Tomic Maksan, Á. Török, M. Veneziani, G. Vitterso, A. Wilkinson.

February 2019

2301, 2019

Building trust in organic production

Within the EU, the organic logo aims to help consumers identify organic products and enable better informed decision-making. However, according to the Strength2Food survey on consumers’ perception and evaluation of European food quality schemes, the EU organic logo, while being the most recognised by consumers, does not inspire a high degree of trust. Smart communication campaigns are required to raise awareness and increase consumer knowledge and trust, providing information on the strict conditions that organic products must fulfil to be marketed in the EU and what are the authorised control agencies which take care of the certification procedures. For this [...]

2201, 2019

Factsheet 3 – Do food quality schemes influence consumers’ food choices?

A qualitative study conducted within the framework of the H2020 project Strength2Food, under the coordination of Virginie Amilien and Gun Roos from Consumption Research Norway at OsloMet, adds to the understanding of European consumers’ food practices concerning food quality schemes (FQS) and sustainable food chains. This study is part of a deeper analysis aimed at providing a thorough understanding regarding consumers’ knowledge, perception, confidence and valuation of EU/national/regional food quality labels and sustainable food chains as well as their food practices and purchasing behaviour with respect to products promoted by those schemes, across different consumer groups, food cultures and geographical [...]

3110, 2018

Qualitative assessment of motivations, practices and organisational development of short food supply chains

Authors: G. Vittersø, H. Torjusen, K. M. Laitala, F. Arfini, B. Biasini, E. Coppola, P. Csillag, M. Donati, M. Duboys de Labarre, R. Gentili, M. Gorton, J. L. Lecoeur, A. Lucini, A. Maj, E. Majewski, A. Malak-Rawlikowska, M. C. Mancini, D. Menozzi, B. Tocco, Á. Török, M. Veneziani

October 2018