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Report on the determinants of the social, environmental and economic impact of food quality schemes on food chains and rural areas based on cross-case analysis

Valentin Bellassen 1 Filippo Arfini 2 Virginie Amilien 3 Federico Antonioli 2 Antonio Bodini 2 Michael Böhm 4 Ruzica Brečić 5 Sara Chiussi 2 Peter Csillag 6 Abdoul Diallo 1 Michele Donati 2 Liesbeth Dries 7 Marion Drut 1 Matthieu Duboys de Labarre 1 Hugo Ferrer 8 Jelena Filipović 9 Lisa Gauvrit 10 Chema Gil 8 Matthew Gorton 11 Viêt Hoang 12 Mohamed Hilal 1 Kamilla Knutsen Steinnes 3 Apichaya Lilavanichakul 13 Agatha Malak-Rawlikowska 14 Edward Majewski 14 Sylvette Monier-Dilhan 15 Paul Muller 16 Orachos Napasintuwong 13 Kalliroi Nikolaou 17 An Nguyễn Quỳnh 12 Ioannis Papadopoulos 17 Stefano Pascucci 18 Jack Peerlings 7 Thomas Poméon 15 Bojan Ristic 9 Burkhard Schaer 4 Zaklina Stojanovic 9 Marina Tomic Maksan 5 Mario Veneziani 2 Gunnar Vitterso 3 Adam Wilkinson 19 
Abstract : 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. The fields in which FQSs perform better or worse than conventional reference products are presented and discussed. The possible drivers of these differences in performance are discussed, including technical specifications, governance and terroir.
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Valentin Bellassen, Filippo Arfini, Virginie Amilien, Federico Antonioli, Antonio Bodini, et al.. Report on the determinants of the social, environmental and economic impact of food quality schemes on food chains and rural areas based on cross-case analysis. [Research Report] INRA. 2019. ⟨hal-02789367⟩

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