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Matching supply with demand
Consolidating local food production and refocusing local food practices is achieved by networking between producers and consumers to match supply with demand. Developing local networks and practices has led to innovation. Along with sales at farms and farmers’ markets, it’s also important these days to operate online sales, collective procurement and distribution of local products to supermarkets. There are now short supply chains operated by professional organisations that no longer necessitate face-to-face contact between producer and consumer. LOCALEAT has drawn up a series of information sheets with details of solutions that have been successful across Europe.
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Some successful local experiences:
Support for community-focused, family agriculture that respects the environment – that’s what Voisins de Paniers offers!
A simple, fair, community approach that’s profitable for allTo save customers the trouble of going to large supermarkets, the Voisins de Paniers association (Neighbourhood Hampers), based
After working for many years in various technician jobs in the agriculture and agro-food sector in Brittany, Nicolas Bonnet noticed that some producers experienced difficulties
Albin Ponnert was involved in the creation of a platform called LOCAL FOOD NODES in Sweden, to connect local producers with local consumers. Producers can