Outubro 2019 vol. 6 num. 3 - 7º Simpósio Design Sustentável

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Social innovation possibilities on food production-consumption relationship: an eye on the design of short food supply chains and the local markets

Gonzalez, Ellen ;

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This article will briefly define the two mainstream formats of production / consumption relationship on the food industry and start the discussion of how consumers can be turned into active participants on the process of choosing the provenance of their food, based on the differences of agriculture methods, food production chains and the social, economic and cultural impact of this process. Another aspect of this study is to point out the social, economic and cultural effects of the current production pattern on modern society, and show how the Short Food Supply Chains (SFSC) and Local Agriculture (LA) are possible, feasible and socially innovative alternatives, by highlighting their advantages under all perspectives of sustainability. As an example of this practice, the case of Junta Local in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil will be presented.

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Palavras-chave: food, sustainable, local, fair trade, service design, short food supply chain,


DOI: 10.5151/7dsd-1.2.018

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Como citar:

Gonzalez, Ellen; "Social innovation possibilities on food production-consumption relationship: an eye on the design of short food supply chains and the local markets", p. 194-201 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2019.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/7dsd-1.2.018

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