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XIV. International Conference Logistics in Agriculture 2020
2020, proceedings

Abstract: The 14th International Conference on Logistics in Agriculture, which has been organized by the Municipality of Sevnica, Grm Novo mesto - Biotechnology and Tourism Center, Faculty of Logistics, University of Maribor, Landscape Governance College GRM and Cooperative Union of Slovenia has this year's central theme the Climate Change in Logistics in Agriculture. The conference has become traditional and pays attention to the ways for different views of logistics in connection with agriculture. That is why we/the organizers have invited lecturers on the topic Impact of climate change in agriculture. This year we will have on line conference due to coronavirus.
Keywords: logistics, agriculture, local food, electric vehicles, international conferences, proceedings
Published: 11.11.2020; Views: 231; Downloads: 47
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XIII. International Conference on Logistics in Agriculture 2019
2019, proceedings of peer-reviewed scientific conference contributions (international and foreign conferences)

Abstract: The 13th International Conference on Logistics in Agriculture, which has been organized by the Municipality of Sevnica, Grm Novo mesto - Biotechnology and Tourism Center, Faculty of Logistics, University of Maribor, Landscape Governance College GRM, Cooperative Union of Slovenia has this year's central theme the role and importance of human resources in logistics in agriculture. The conference has become traditional and paves the way for a different view of logistics in connection with agriculture. That's why we have invited lecturers on the topic Electric vehicles in agriculture.
Keywords: logistics, agriculture, local food, electric vehicles, international conferences, proceedings
Published: 17.02.2020; Views: 558; Downloads: 27
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Are consumers in Slovenia concerned about the mountain quality food?
Darja Majkovič, Andreja Borec, 2010, review article

Abstract: Recently, several studies on mountain quality food products (further referred to as MQFP) emerged EU wide, especially after the EU charter of MQFP was established. In Slovenia, the first studies on MQFP where implemented in the frame of the EU FP6 Euro Marc project, started in 2007. After the project scope, the importance of MQFP is much more extensive then only according to purchase and consumer perceptions, thus the developing of mountain food products is also the developing of mountain areas and therefore part of broader rural development issues. In the paper, the first consumer analyses are presented, with the aim to find out whether consumers are sensitive to such products at all and to find out whether there exist some positive synergies between consumers and area of origin. The consumer analyses were carried out on the basis of questionnaires, and the data is presented with the descriptive statistics. The results show that consumers have in general a very positive perception of MQFP, althought they do not know what exactly the characteristics of MQFP should be. As regards the synergies between the area of origin and the purchasing of MQFP, the results differ according to the area the respodents come from (e.g. mountain, non-mountain areas).
Keywords: mountain quality food product, consumers
Published: 29.03.2018; Views: 491; Downloads: 56
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GASTRONOMSKA TURISTIČNA POT (FOOD CRAWLS) POSAVJA
Sara Šetinc, 2017, bachelor thesis/paper

Abstract: Gastronomija na področju Posavja ima dolgo dediščino, ki se je skozi čas spreminjala in nadgrajevala vse do sodobnosti. V teoretičnem delu diplomskega dela smo opredelili glavne pojme v povezavi z obravnavano tematiko, ki jih bomo skozi delo pogosto uporabili. Opisali smo kulturo in način prehranjevanja v Posavju, vsakdanjo in praznično hrano ter hrano ob delih. Pri tem smo izpostavili posamezne kulinarične posebnosti in pijače, značilne za Posavje. V empiričnem delu diplomskega dela smo s pomočjo terenskega dela in tehnike usmerjenega polstruktuiranega intervjuja ugotavljali, kako se je gastronomija na področju Posavja po 2. svetovni vojni spreminjala in nadgrajevala. Pri tem smo ugotovili, da imamo v Posavju dovolj gastronomskih posebnosti, na osnovi katerih lahko pripravimo zasnovo za novo gastronomsko turistično pot Food crawl, ki bo povezovala različne gostinske ponudnike v vseh občinah Posavja z značilnimi jedmi in pijačami te gastronomske regije.
Keywords: gastronomija, vsakdanja hrana, praznična hrana, Food crawl, Posavje
Published: 17.01.2018; Views: 737; Downloads: 116
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Key factors for development of export in Polish food sector
Irena Łącka, Olga Stefko, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Background: The accession of Poland to the European Union in 2004 facilitated increased exports of food products. It revealed a significant competitive advantage of Polish foreign trade in agri-food products compared to the countries of the ≫old EU≪. After nearly 10 years of Polish membership in the EU, the food sector has still a considerable potential, fostering a further increase in exports. Objectives: The purpose of the paper was an attempt to establish the current determinants for the possibility to increase the exports of the Polish food sector and to identify potential opportunities and potential threats in the future. It was also decided to give an answer to the question whether any of the group factors has a greater impact on the development of exports than the other, and which issues play only a minor role in the development of international exchange. Method: The analysis used involved the review of the relevant literature and forming a group of experts to specify the key factors of success in the food sector export. Basing on the experts research the STEEPVL analysis was carried out. Results: It turned out that apart from a number of organizational, financial and marketing factors the most important are: the level of the IT infrastructure and the fluctuation of the demand on the international markets for the goods offered by the sector. Conclusion: Therefore, the focus on the new distribution channels, integrated company management IT systems and changes in the demand on the market is the key challenge for securing the current potential and for the further development of the sector.
Keywords: food sector, exports, key development factors, foresight, STEEPVL method
Published: 04.12.2017; Views: 484; Downloads: 302
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Systematic approach to sustainability of novel internet-based system for food logistics
Katariina Koistinen, Ville Uusitalo, Anna Huostila, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to evaluate the sustainability of a novel internet-based system for food logistics and to create a framework for more detailed future sustainability assessments. Digitalization enables food shopping via the internet and food delivery from producers to consumers using only a single terminal. The sustainability of different food logistic options was evaluated through a literature review and life cycle assessment. Given the frame of reference, there is a gap in the knowledge on the sustainability of food logistics. In addition, the current literature does not recognize a novel internet-based system for food logistics, as the literature has focused on evaluating the internet-based food logistics of traditional actors. The life cycle assessment results show that new food logistic options could reduce GHG emissions, but various factors affect the magnitude of the reductions. We also present a systematic approach to which factors should be included in future research. This paper creates a base for more detailed future food logistic sustainability assessments.
Keywords: sustainability, food, logistics, LCA, internet grocery
Published: 17.11.2017; Views: 1161; Downloads: 357
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Proceedings XI. international conference on logistics in agriculture 2017
2017, proceedings of peer-reviewed scientific conference contributions (domestic conferences)

Abstract: 11th International Conference of Logistics in Agriculture is a traditional conference in the field of logistics, which is very important in agriculture. The conference is organized by the Municipality of Sevnica, Grm Novo mesto – Centre of Biotechnics and Tourism, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics and Landscape Governance College. This year the topic of the conference is Short supply chain in Logistics in Agriculture. Our conference proceedings have several papers on different topics which are especially dealing with the distribution of locally produced food. This is one of the most important things for improving the tourism in the region. A part of this year’s conference is also a Round table on Challenges of plastics in agriculture.
Keywords: agriculture, logistics, locally produced food, waste, packaging
Published: 16.11.2017; Views: 1114; Downloads: 312
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Nanotechnology in food safety and quality assessment
Maša Primec, 2016, review article

Abstract: A rapid microbial detection in different biological and environmental material is a key of preventing several foodborne diseases. By implementing nanotechnology into food safety sector, a great step towards successful, reliable and sensible detection methods of foodborne pathogens has been achieved. Therefore, the aim of this review was to illustrate some of the principal functions of nanotechnology-based techniques, used for microbial detection in the last few years. Regarding consumer’s health, the review also discusses the question of safety, concerning human exposure to nanomaterials (NMs). Due to their different composition-unique properties, such as greater penetrability, reactivity and high surface to volume ratio, NMs have been coupled to several biomolecules and integrated in special system devices, resulting in improvement of sensitivity in transmitting biological signal informations in a shorter time. Among all the NMs, gold, magnetic and fluorescent nanoparticles (NPs) have been widely used, also in microbial diagnosis. Despite the success of linking nanotechnology to detection of foodborne pathogens, the exposure to various NMs could also be a matter of potential risk to human health, although conclusions still need to be definitely proven.
Keywords: nanotechnology, food safety, nanoparticles, diagnosis, foodborne pathogens
Published: 14.11.2017; Views: 709; Downloads: 92
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Comparison of methods for determination of polyphenols in wine by HPLC-UV/VIS, LC/MS/MS and spectrophotometry
Vesna Bukovac, Matija Strlič, Drago Kočar, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: Phenolic antioxidants are usually grouped into flavonoids and non-flavonoids, according to their structure. With regard to the tannic character, phenolic antioxidants are further subdivided to tannic phenols and non-tannic phenols. Collectively, these compounds contribute to the high antioxidant capacity of wine. In this work, we compare determination of gallic acid, catechin, epicatechin, resveratrol, quercetin, dihydrobenzoic acid, sinapic acid, vanillic acid, caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid, ferullic acid, ellagic acid, p-coumaric acid and caftaric acid in 141 wine samples using two liquid chromatographic methods and detection systems, i.e. with UV detection and mass-spectrometric detection. In addition, we applied the conventional Folin-Ciocalteu spectrophotometric method for determination of the total phenolic content in wine samples and compared the results with those obtained using the chromatographic methods. Despite satisfactory correlations statistically significant differences between HPLC-UV/VIS and LC/MS/MS were established, which could be related to coelution not detectable with UV/VIS detectors. The correlations between results of the spectrophotometric method and sum of LC/MS/MS determinations are not satisfactory and are different for white, red, and rosé wines.
Keywords: food analysis, wine, antioxidants, chromatography
Published: 17.08.2017; Views: 1003; Downloads: 92
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The economic viability of value-based food chain for dairy farms in mountain regions
Jernej Prišenk, Andreja Borec, Marjan Janžekovič, Ivo Grgić, Karmen Pažek, Črtomir Rozman, Jernej Turk, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: The attention of this paper is drawn to analyze the economic potential of involvement of farmers into the small-medium sized value-based food chain (VBFC). The survey represents a solid data basis from which econometric modelling approach was further developed. Empirical results reveal the positive economic viability on a general level; this means more stable purchase price of raw milk for dairy farms, which are the part of value-based food chain. Results point at inelastic demand for milk and milk related products. Furthermore, there are some accompanying and underlying indirect social benefits, such as production of high-quality food products, more stable and constant demand for raw milk, steady payments and better social situation. The last one is especially important for the farms operating in less-favored mountain areas where the survey was actually conducted.
Keywords: mountain dairy farms, demand for milk, Value-based food chain, econometric modelling
Published: 10.07.2017; Views: 526; Downloads: 82
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