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Community Supported Agriculture Als Neuer Impuls Für Die Regionalvermarktung? Stand Der Forschung Und Abgrenzung Von Anderen Alternativen Lebensmittelnetzwerken

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  • Wellner, Marie
  • Theuvsen, Ludwig

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Alternative Lebensmittelnetzwerke (ALN), wie Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), Urban Agriculture oder Abo- und Lieferdienste, breiten sich zunehmend in urbanen Ballungsräumen und deren Umfeld aus. Mit einem regionalen Lebensmittelangebot, das Verbrauchern durch eine kurze Wertschöpfungskette den direkten Kontakt zur Lebensmittelproduktion ermöglicht, versprechen ALN eine hohe Transparenz sowie positive ökologische, soziale und ökonomische Effekte auf den urbanen, den peri-urbanen sowie den ruralen Raum. Die Beziehung zwischen Konsumenten und Verbrauchern sowie zwischen Stadt und Land wird im besonderen Maß durch das CSA-Konzept gestärkt, das in der deutschen Wissenschaft bisher kaum Beachtung gefunden hat. Anhand einer Literaturanalyse gibt der Beitrag eine Übersicht zum gegenwärtigen Stand der Forschung zu ALN und CSA. Die Abgrenzung der einzelnen ALN ermöglicht es erstmals, das Forschungsgebiet eindeutig zu umreißen. Anschließend werden die Kernelemente des CSA-Konzepts vor dem Hintergrund der Regionalvermarktung dargestellt und ein Ausblick über den weiteren Forschungsbedarf gegeben.

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  • Wellner, Marie & Theuvsen, Ludwig, 2016. "Community Supported Agriculture Als Neuer Impuls Für Die Regionalvermarktung? Stand Der Forschung Und Abgrenzung Von Anderen Alternativen Lebensmittelnetzwerken," 56th Annual Conference, Bonn, Germany, September 28-30, 2016 244757, German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA).
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