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“…A consumer looking at an agrofood product in a supermarket shelf for example should not see the concept perspective of quality as either abstract or immaterial. This is because previous studies of Pringent-Simonin and Hérault-Fournier (21) and Becut (22) posited the concept perspective of quality as built up either by economic actors via voluntary agreements (product specification), or through public policy decisions (e.g., minimum quality standards). Becut (22) equally understood "quality" (applicable to agrofood products) could help to increase the competitiveness between items within a given market space.…”
Section: Concept Perspective Of Qualitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A consumer looking at an agrofood product in a supermarket shelf for example should not see the concept perspective of quality as either abstract or immaterial. This is because previous studies of Pringent-Simonin and Hérault-Fournier (21) and Becut (22) posited the concept perspective of quality as built up either by economic actors via voluntary agreements (product specification), or through public policy decisions (e.g., minimum quality standards). Becut (22) equally understood "quality" (applicable to agrofood products) could help to increase the competitiveness between items within a given market space.…”
Section: Concept Perspective Of Qualitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Environmental attributes are difficult to measure for consumers, thus making them non-observable. Hence, this commercial strategy limits product quality uncertainty (Prigent-Simonin and Hérault-Fournier, 2005;Moustier and Thi Tan Loc, 20013) and reduces the need to indicate product quality using labels.…”
Section: Determinants Of Environment-friendly Practicesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Geographical proximity goes hand in hand with relational proximity, as it may favor more direct links between producers and consumers. Such direct links are efficient in the development of trust and loyalty, as well as some sense of responsibility on the part of farmers as regards food safety (Prigent‐Simonin and Hérault‐Fournier 2005). According to Ellis and Sumberg (1998), the advantages in terms of quality gained by proximity between suppliers and customers—in particular trust—may be a transient consequence of quality regulations not being adequately enforced.…”
Section: Literature Insights On Food Safety Assurance Systemsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The farmer‐producer relationship is an opportunity to exchange knowledge on production methods, which fulfills the consumer's needs for reassurance, because producers are perceived as the most competent persons to give this information. In return, direct farmer‐consumer exchanges enable farmers to have a better appreciation of consumer demands (Prigent‐Simonin and Hérault‐Fournier 2005).…”
Section: Literature Insights On Food Safety Assurance Systemsmentioning
confidence: 99%