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., (1996). Toward an understanding of laypeople’s notions about additives in food: clear-cut viewpoints about additives decrease with education. Appetite, 27, pp. 207-222 [9] Kim, Y. et al., (2009). Building a model of local food consumption on trips and holidays: a grounded theory approach. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 28, pp. 423-431 [10] Kincaid, C. et al., (2010). What really brings them back? The impact of tangible quality on affect and intention for casual dining restaurant patrons. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management

hubs in creating sustainable regional and local food systems. Sustainability 8(7), 616. DOI: 10.3390/su8070616. [4] Blanquart, C., Gonçalves, A., Vandenbossche, L., Kebir, L., Petit, C. & Traversac, J.-B. (2010). The logistics leverages of short food supply chains performance in terms of sustainability [Author manuscript]. 12th World Conference on Transport Research, Lisbonne, Portugal. [5] Bloom, J. D. & Hinrichs, C. C. (2011). Moving local food through conventional food system infrastructure: Value chain framework comparisons and insights. Renewable Agriculture and

References Balázs, B. 2012 ‘Local Food System Development in Hungary’ International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 19(3): 403–21. Balázs, B., Pataki, G. and O. Lazányi 2016 ‘Prospects for the future: Community supported agriculture in Hungary’ Futures 83: 100–111. Balogh, P. and M. Pete 2018 ‚Bridging the Gap: Cross-border Integration in the Slovak-Hungarian Borderland around Štúrovo–Esztergom’, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 33(4): 605–622. Blake, M. K., Mellor, G. and L. Crane 2010 ‘Buying Local Food: Shopping Practices, Place, and Consumption


Post is focused on problems of activities aimed at local food in urban environment. The theme is studied in the view of cultural changes in nutrition in Slovakia after 1989, affecting of global phenomena, incoming of giant international companies and importing foreign food. On the other side, there is also globalizations and glolocation view as an impulse for return to local food. Post is focused on different organizations, civic associations, activities and shops, through wich people in urban environment can gain local food.

). Multifunctionality in agriculture and its agents: regional comparisons. Sociologia Ruralis 47(4), 316-342. ELLIOTT, D. (2000). Renewable energy and sustainable futures. Futures 32(3), 261-274. FEAGAN, R. (2007). The place of food: mapping out the "locals" in local food systems. Progress in Human Geography 31(1), 23-42. FONTE, M. (2008). Knowledge, food and place. A way of producing, a way of knowing. Sociologia Ruralis 48(3), 200-222. FOUILLEUX, E. (2004). CAP reforms and multilateral trade negotiation: Another view on discourse efficiency. West European Politics 27


Integrating electric vehicles in a supply chain and distribution is a viable option when special conditions such as short distance road distribution and environmental considerations as well as small amounts of goods enabling delivery with delivery vans are met. In this paper, possibility of investment in electric vehicles for distribution of local food will be examined and analysed. Safety concerns in electric vehicles will also be addressed and accident consequences and vehicle safety will be analysed and compared with conventional vehicles that use internal combustion engines.


This paper presents the events meant to promote Sibiu as a European Gastronomic Region. The collection of data from local public authorities and operators from traditional local gastronomy was carried out. The participation in three gastronomic events organized in the countryside allowed us to observe the number of locals involved in events, exhibitors and visitors. Local gastronomy products have also been identified. The sociological survey among 48 visitors allowed us to pinpoint the profile of people who participate in such events.

. Virginia : College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2010, pp. 448–502. MATACENA, R. 2016. Linking alternative food networks and urban food policy: a step forward in the transition towards a sustainable and equitable food system? In International Review of Social Research, vol. 6, 2016, no. 1, pp. 49–58. NINOVA, M. 2017. European mechanisms for stimulation of microenterprises and farmers’ markets. Presentation of the Ministry of agriculture, food and forestry at the Conference “Future for local food”, 22 February 2017

). Pumice as environment-friendly substrate-a comparison with rockwool. International Symposium on Growing Media & Plant Nutrition in Horticulture 401. DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1995.401.15. [13] Halldórsdóttir, Þórhildur & Nicholas, K. (2016). Local food in Iceland: identifying behavioral barriers to increased production and consumption. Environmental Reearch Letters 11 115004. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/11/11/115004. [14] Jonsson, G. (1998). Changes in food consumption in Iceland, 1770-1940. Scandinavian Economic History Review 46(1), 24-41. DOI: 10

handling, mincing, preparation, wrapping, and storage ( 11 ). Fermented pork sausage, naem moo, is a local food of northeastern Thailand. It has a sour flavour that the local population prefers for raw consumption. Raw minced pork is commonly used as the main ingredient and is mixed with several local spices. It has been suggested that this local food could be contaminated with several pathogens, including S. aureus , as a result of unclean ingredients or inappropriate processing. Characterisation of S. aureus contaminants of this local food may lead to the