Comment se fait la rencontre entre offres et demandes locales pour la restauration collective publique ? Premiers enseignements
This article presents the first results of a collective research on the supplying of local food in public catering. Drawing on various field studies, in Brittany, Pays de la Loire and Rhône-Alpes, the authors show that the meeting of local supplies and demands poses specific problems (lack of existing local food chains, recipro-cal ignorance between local farmers and public caterers). Then, they show that this meeting can be achieved through different ways, direct chains or highly inter-mediated chains. The authors also emphasize that these initiatives deserve to be considered as innovations. The article ends with some elements of discussion and open questions for future research.
|Date of creation:||05 May 2010|
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|Publication status:||Published in Colloque National Circuits Courts Alimentaires, May 2010, Paris, France. pp.1-10, 2010|
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