Le filiere agroalimentari in rapporto alle esigenze di sicurezza

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Economic and cultural development leads to consumption patterns tend to focus on the satisfaction of intangible needs. After reaching full nutrient satisfaction (satiety), in fact, the consumer is directed to the satisfaction of hedonistic and social needs but can also set aside more resources for reducing food risks. More generally establishes a food quality market that shows, however, to fail in its allocative function due to the inability to assess the externalities and the presence of opportunistic behavior. Demand for food safety is strongly influenced by cultural and social values that differentiate the types of consumers; these, therefore, they will express different feelings that are reflected on varied levels of willingness to pay (DAP). The supply chain adapt to security needs is determined around reasons fall into two main categories: compliance with mandatory standards, and market uptake of the quality requirements. The structural and function characteristics of the supply chain companies influence the adaptability and security enhancement. In particular, distribution plays a primary role in the value chain and tends to assume a dominant role by activating the supply chain coordination processes and safety assurance. The structural and function characteristics of the supply chain companies influence the adaptability and security enhancement. In particular, distribution plays a primary role in the value chain and tends to assume a dominant role by activating the supply chain coordination processes and safety assurance. The structural and function characteristics of the supply chain companies influence the adaptability and security enhancement. In particular, distribution plays a primary role in the value chain and tends to assume a dominant role by activating the supply chain coordination processes and safety assurance.
Original languageItalian
Pages157-182
Number of pages25
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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