Key Research and Innovation Questions on Engaging Consumers in the Delivery of FOOD 2030

M. Gill, A.C.L. den Boer, K.P.W. Kok, A. Laperrière, L. Lähteenmäki, Z. Damianova, J. Breda, J. Cahill, C. Callenius, P. Caron, M.A. Gurinovic, T. Lang, C. Mango, J. Ryder, R. Sonnino, G. Verburg, H. Westhoek, T. Cesuroglu, B.J. Regeer, J.E.W. Broerse

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Abstract

Food system transformation requires major changes in food consumption practices. Consumers could play central roles to stimulate these changes, which needs to be fully recognized. Multi-stakeholder R&I efforts should focus more on the interactions between individual, contextual and policy factors influencing consumption patterns, with specific attention to the dynamic character of food environments. Consumers should be empowered and engaged in decision making, through co-design, co-creation, co-implementation and co-assessment.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

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PublisherFIT4FOOD2030

Keywords

  • Research
  • Innovation
  • Transdisciplinarity
  • Transformation
  • Food Systems
  • Consumer Engagement
  • Systems Thinking
  • Sustainability

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