Fekete Géza (2019-08-27): VÁGÓHIDAK ÉLŐÁLLAT-VÁGÁSA 2019. I–VI. hónap (XII. / 3.) ISSN 1418 2130

A magyarországi vágóhidakon 3 százalékkal kevesebb szarvasmarhát, közel 3 százalékkal kevesebb sertést és 2 százalékkal kevesebb baromfifélét vágtak 2019 első fél évében a 2018 január–júniusi időszakhoz képest. A baromfifélék csoportjában a libavágás 17 százalékkal haladta meg a bázisértéket. Szarvasmarhából 54,5 ezer darabot vágtak le az első fél évben, a levágott állatok élősúlya 28,5 ezer, hasított súlya 14,7 ezer tonna volt. Az élő- és a hasított súly 1,4, illetve 1,5 százalékkal volt kevesebb...

Pásztor Zsuzsa (2019-08-27): Agrárpiaci Jelentések GABONA ÉS IPARI NÖVÉNYEK (XXII. / 17.) ISSN 1418 2130

A chicagói árutőzsdén (CME/CBOT) a búza fronthavi jegyzése 169–175 dollár (USD)/tonna tartományban mozgott augusztus 12. és 23. között. A NAIK AKI PÁIR adatai szerint a magyarországi fizikai piacon az egy évvel korábbinál 6 százalékkal alacsonyabb, átlagosan 44,5 ezer forint/tonna termelői áron cserélt gazdát a takarmánykukorica augusztus harmadik hetében. Magyarországon a NAIK AKI PÁIR adatai szerint a feldolgozók 126–132 ezer forint/tonna közötti áfa és szállítási költség nélküli átlagáron értékesítették...

Nemes Gusztáv, Csizmadiáné Czuppon Viktória, Kujáni Katalin, Orbán Éva, Szegedyné Fricz Ágnes and Lajos Veronika (2019-08-13): The local food system in the ‘genius loci’ – the role of food, local products and short food chains in rural tourism

This article investigates the roles that locally produced, processed and marketed food (Local Food System) play in rural tourism and local socio-economic development. It is the first account of a 3 years’ research project (LO-KÁLI) exploring a successful Hungarian rural tourism destination, investigating both the demand side (what attracts tourists to pay for premium products/services); and the supply side (what attitudes, norms, values keep producers in their business). We contrast the externally...

Collison Martin, Collison Tom, Myroniuk Irina, Boyko Nadiya and Pellegrini Giustina (2019-08-13): Transformation Trends in Food Logistics for Short Food Supply Chains – What is New?

The way in which food reaches consumers is a high profile component of the food chain’s Greenhouse Gas (GHGs) emissions, but is changing rapidly as technology facilitates online and new targeted logistic solutions which deliver directly to the consumer’s home, workplace or other convenient locations. The challenge is how can new, more fragmented supply chains be developed without increasing GHGs emissions. More broadly speaking, digitalisation is transforming how all food logistics functions. This...

Drejerska Nina, Gołębiewski Jarosław and Fiore Mariantoinetta (2019-08-13): Social media for interactions with customers within the short food supply chain: the case of the SKIN project

Consumers have great power in the marketing process and social media represents an opportunity for farmers/producers to promote and strengthen ties with consumers by building short supply chains. Current business trends involving the application of social media for communication with costumers can also be observed among farmers/producers. The paper studies the use of social media by farmers/companies – here, the EU SKIN project partners registered within the SKIN Good Practice Repository. A first...

Giacomarra Marcella, Tulone Antonio, Crescimanno Maria and Galati Antonino (2019-08-13): Electric mobility in the Sicilian short food supply chain

This paper is the first study to explore the intention of entrepreneurs operating in the Short Food Supply Chain to adopt electric mobility inside their business. For this purpose, a case study approach was chosen, employing a questionnaire based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour and the New Ecological Paradigm to investigate the determinants affecting this intentional behaviour. The empirical analysis has been carried out in the city of Palermo (Italy), involving 42 entrepreneurs who participate...

Delicato Claudia, Collison Martin, Myronyuk Iryna, Symochko Tayisiya and Boyko Nadiya (2019-08-13): Is Local Better? Consumer Value in Food Purchasing and the Role of Short Food Supply Chains

This paper investigates the current research on how consumers select the foods they buy and how they define ‘quality’. Consumer decisions are complex and whilst a few consumers prioritise local above all other factors when selecting food, for most local is simply one of multiple factors which influence the food choices they make. Short Food Chains are not necessarily local but are based on supply chains with fewer steps in the chain from producer to consumer. Short Food Chains ensure that more of...