Matthieu Duboys de Labarre
Institut national de la recherche agronomique
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Cet article propose d’analyser les circuits courts au prisme de l’innovation sociale. Il s’appuie sur une etude de cas (un marche de producteurs biologiques) realisee dans le cadre du programme Strenght2Food. Sa methodologie mele approche qualitative (entretiens semi- directifs et observations) et quantitative (questionnaires). En prolongeant les pistes ouvertes par la litterature, nous questionnons l’articulation entre agriculture, alimentation et innovation sociale. Nous utilisons la notion de...
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This article aims at analyzing short food supply chains through the prism of social innovation. It is based on a case study (organic farmers’ market) carried out under the Strenght2Food program. Its methodology combines qualitative (semi directive interviews and observations) and quantitative approach (survey). By extending the tracks opened by the literature, we question the articulation between agriculture, food and social innovation. We use the concept of delocalization developed by Anthony G...
In this paper, we test to what extent Food Quality Schemes (FQS, including Geographical Indications and organic products) contribute to the social and economic sustainability of farmers and regions through employment and education. Through employment, FQS may counter the urban migration trend affecting rural regions, and help retain economic and social capital in the local region. Indeed, as FQS are often small and specialised sectors, the economic inefficiency of such businesses may translated ...
#1Gunnar VittersøH-Index: 10
#2Hanne TorjusenH-Index: 14
Last. Pierre WavreskyH-Index: 8
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The present food system faces major challenges in terms of sustainable development along social, economic and environmental dimensions. These challenges are often associated with industrialised production processes and longer and less transparent distribution chains. Thus, closer distribution systems through Short Food Supply Chains (SFSCs) may be considered as a sustainable alternative. This study explores the role of different types of SFSCs and their contribution to sustainability through par...
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#1Valentin BellassenH-Index: 16
#2Filippo Arfini (University of Parma)H-Index: 14
Last. Abdoul DialloH-Index: 1
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This report provides an assessment of the social, environmental and economic performance of 29 Food Quality Schemes including organic, Protected Designation of Origin and Protected Geographical Indication products. Each FQS is compared to a reference product in the same country which is not certified or to the national average for the relevant value chain. The same method and the same 20 indicators are applied to all products and their reference at farm, processing and – where possible and relev...
#1Filippo Arfini (University of Parma)H-Index: 14
#2Virginie Amilien (Akershus University College)
Last. Daniele Curzi (University of Milan)H-Index: 9
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Considering the features of GIs and organic production, Deliverable 5.2 analyses the relationships between Public Goods (PGs) and Food Quality Schemes (FQS). The deliverable evaluates the impacts of the cases study described in Deliverable 5.1 in terms of their contribution to rural development and territorial cohesion given by the capacity to generate positive externalities and hence PGs. The analysis focuses on: i) contribution to local economies; ii) generation of environmental, social and cu...
#1Valentin Bellassen (INRA: Institut national de la recherche agronomique)H-Index: 16
#2Federico Antonioli (University of Parma)H-Index: 5
Last. Mario Veneziani (University of Parma)H-Index: 7
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This chapter summarizes the common method and indicators used throughout this book to assess the sustainability performance of Food Quality Schemes (FQS) and their reference products. It contains the list of 23 indicators used to assess sustainability in food and agri-food value chains. This list was drawn up on the basis of a literature review and the FAO’s Sustainability Assessment of Food and Agriculture systems (SAFA) indicators (FAO 2013). The chapter presents the assumptions and choices, t...
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#1Valentin BellassenH-Index: 16
#2Filippo Arfini (University of Parma)H-Index: 14
Last. Abdoul DialloH-Index: 1
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This report presents a cross-comparison of the economic, environmental and social sustainability performance of food quality schemes (FQS) along 23 performance indicators (Table 1). The economic indicators cover prices, gross operating margins, exports and local spill-overs. The environmental indicators include carbon footprint, food miles, water use and water pollution. The social indicators cover employment, social capital, bargaining power distribution, generational balance and gender equity....
Last. Matthieu Duboys de Labarre (INRA: Institut national de la recherche agronomique)H-Index: 2
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In this chapter, the sustainability of organic products (soft wheat, flour and bread) is compared to that of conventional products in France. The organic supply chain is separated into four levels. Farmers (7328) produce 90,300 tons of soft wheat per year for the milling industry. Forty-eight cooperatives collect half of the grains produced. Millers (93 mills) produce 110,000 tons of flour (from both national wheat production and imports of wheat), which is then used in industrial or traditional...
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#1Valentin BellassenH-Index: 16
#2Georges GiraudH-Index: 11
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The present methodological handbook provides the methodologies which will be applied in each work package of the Strength2Food project. In particular, it contains a list of indicators on how to assess sustainability in food and agro-food supply chains. This methodological handbook aims at facilitating the task for field studies, both proposing several prioritizations (indicator, variable, value chain level), detailing how we will combine relatively common variables (eg., number of animals per he...