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European and United States farmers’ markets: similarities, differences and potential developments AgEcon
Vecchio, Riccardo.
Farmers’ markets have always been the usual way of buying and selling rural products in the Western world. With the advent of supermarkets, farmers’ markets rapidly disappeared in many nations. However, in countries such as France and Italy, which place a high priority on food origin and regional specialisation, some farmers’ markets continued to exist, partly due to their mechanisms to identify and promote locally grown foods. The consumer’s desire to re-establish a bond with local food products, local growers and producers, together with the growing concern for food freshness and healthiness have been key drivers for the renaissance of farmers’ markets occurred in the latest years in many European countries and in the United States. Several studies,...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Farmers’ markets; Local foods; Europe; U.S.A.; Agricultural and Food Policy.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/58131
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Evaluating the Economic Impact of Farmers’ Markets Using an Opportunity Cost Framework AgEcon
Hughes, David W.; Brown, Cheryl; Miller, Stacy; McConnell, Tom.
Farmers’ markets presumably benefit local economies through enhanced retention of local dollars. Unlike other studies, the net impact of farmers’ markets on the West Virginia economy is examined. Producer survey results are used in estimating annual direct sales ($1.725 million). Using an IMPLAN-based input-output model, gross impacts are 119 jobs (69 full-time equivalent jobs) and $2.389 million in output including $1.48 million in gross state product (GSP). When the effect of direct revenue losses are included (primarily for grocery stores), the impact is reduced to 82 jobs (43 full-time equivalent jobs), $1.075 million in output, and $0.653 million in GSP.
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Farmers’ markets; Input-output models; Net economic impact; Agribusiness; Agricultural and Food Policy; Crop Production/Industries; Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety; R15; Q13; Q18.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/45523
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Evaluating the Factors Influecing the Number of Visits to Farmers' Markets AgEcon
Abello, Francisco J.; Palma, Marco A.; Anderson, David P.; Waller, Mark W..
The primary objective of this paper was to determine key factors impacting the frequency of consumer visits to Texas farmers’ markets measured in number of visits per month. Data obtained from in-person surveys administered in two farmers’ markets locations were used to determine consumer, market factors, and socio-demographic characteristics of shoppers affecting frequency of visits. The results of the model showed that travel distance, number of adults in the household, market promotional characteristics such as entertainment and education activities, food events, as well as education and age were all determinants of frequency of visits to farmers’ markets.
Tipo: Presentation Palavras-chave: Direct marketing; Frequency; Local; Farmers’ markets; Consumer/Household Economics; R11.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/119786
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Local Food Systems: Concepts, Impacts, and Issues AgEcon
Martinez, Stephen W.; Hand, Michael S.; Da Pra, Michelle; Pollack, Susan L.; Ralston, Katherine L.; Smith, Travis A.; Vogel, Stephen J.; Clark, Shellye; Lohr, Luanne; Low, Sarah A.; Newman, Constance.
This comprehensive overview of local food systems explores alternative definitions of local food, estimates market size and reach, describes the characteristics of local consumers and producers, and examines early indications of the economic and health impacts of local food systems. There is no consensus on a definition of “local” or “local food systems” in terms of the geographic distance between production and consumption. But defining “local” based on marketing arrangements, such as farmers selling directly to consumers at regional farmers’ markets or to schools, is well recognized. Statistics suggest that local food markets account for a small, but growing, share of U.S. agricultural production. For smaller farms, direct marketing to consumers accounts...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Local food systems; Farmers’ markets; Direct-to-consumer marketing; Direct-to-retail/ foodservice marketing; Community supported agriculture; Farm to school programs; Farmers’ Market Promotion Program; Food miles; Community/Rural/Urban Development.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/96635
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