Literature review on business models for SFS

Hugo de Vries, coordinator of the FOODPathS project, explores how different business models can contribute to sustainability in food systems in a new peer-reviewed article titled “Business models for sustainable food systems: a typology based on a literature review”.

The agriculture and food industry is facing unprecedented challenges with the growing demand for food, the need to reduce environmental impact, and the increasing awareness of social and ethical responsibilities. In this context, businesses have a crucial role to play in moving towards sustainable food systems. This article presents nine business model typologies for sustainable food systems based on a systematic literature review.


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