Production, Distribution and Consumption in St. Petersburg: Favourable Environment for Development of Short Food Supply Chains? (in Russian language)

O. Gromasheva, G. Brunori

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Abstract

Currently in developed countries there is growth of initiatives which are aimed to reconnect farmers and consumers whose relationships in the last century became as distant and detached as they had never been before (due to industrial food production, centralization of the market, etc.). The state-of-art and recent trends in agricultural production, distribution and consumption in Russia, and St. Petersburg in particular, are analyzed in the article (mainly from the prospective of supply and demand for local products). The aim of the paper is to understand whether the current conditions are favorable towards development of such reconnection initiatives, which in the western literature are most frequently referred to as “short food supply chains” (or “alternative food networks”).
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)35-51
JournalLabirint : Journal of Social and Humanitarian Research
Volume2
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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