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Kanang Kantamaturapoj

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Chapter 34: The Retail Sector and Sustainable Food Provision in Thailand

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The Retail Sector and Sustainable Food Provision in Thailand
The Retail Sector and Sustainable Food Provision in Thailand
Kanang Kantamaturapoj
Introduction

Food production and consumption has changed dramatically over the last thirty years. In particular, the activities of producing and consuming food have become increasingly separated. Consumers are often not aware of the origin of their food nor where it is produced, while at the same time they are becoming more concerned about health risks (Oosterveer, 2005). As a result, consumers’ demand for sustainable food is rapidly increasing, which requires the involvement of both providers and consumers to become engaged and develop appropriate strategies for this. Providers possess the capacity to influence the consumption of sustainable food products by offering such foods to consumers in their retail ...

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