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Connect supply and demand
Giving value to local produce and relocating food practices will ensue from creating a network between producers and consumers in order to connect supply and demand. Changing networks and practices have brought innovation.
Today, in addition to farm sales and agricultural markets, there are also online stores, joint procurement and distribution of local products in supermarkets.
Professionals have developed new short supply chains that no longer require personal contact between the producer and the consumer. LOCALEAT presents the solutions implemented throughout Europe in a few information sheets.
Download the sheets relating to this local solution:
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 many years in the Breton agricultural and food industry as a technician, Nicolas Bonnet has seen through these various experiences that a certain number
Albin Ponnert is the co-founder of a platform called LOCAL FOOD NODES to connect local food producers to local food consumers. Each producer gets their