Intermediate EU report on the institutional dimensions of Consumer Trust in Food

Abstract : The report aims to analyse the developing institutional basis at the European level for the Trust in Food, involving the construction and redefinition of the European ‘consumer' and ‘consumer interest', in relation to the organisations and interests involved in food provisioning. Based on a view of trust as a relationship between parties, the report aims to analyse the changing distribution of responsibilities between parties as represented at a European level for five key food issues: safety, nutrition, quality, value and ethics. · The report aims to analyse changes in regulatory policies in relation to food provisioning, particularly following the BSE episode, as a key indicator of institutional change at the European
Keywords : trust in food
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Florence Bergeaud-Blackler. Intermediate EU report on the institutional dimensions of Consumer Trust in Food. [Research Report] Aix Marseille Université. 2004. ⟨halshs-00007191⟩

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