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Systèmes alimentaires durables : Définition

Abstract : Food systems refer to the rules of functioning, the modes of organization, the technologies and practices that determines the ways in which food is consumed, produced, transformed, packed, and distributed along food chains. Food systems can include the management of alimentary wastes or residues. But they should exclude coproducts sold in non-alimentary markets. Food systems shape the quality of goods produced and consumed, and how consumers can access to foodstuffs. They also determine their nutritional quality. As a result, food systems fulfill societal functions, such as contributing to and promoting a sustainable development of human societies...
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Gaël Plumecocq. Systèmes alimentaires durables : Définition. INRAE. Dictionnaire d’Agroécologie, 2018, ⟨10.17180/sg05-4d85⟩. ⟨hal-03727696⟩

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