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Agroketens en milieu : een schets van ontwikkelingen [Monograph]
Oprel, L. \ 1998
environment - trade marks - agricultural products - agricultural policy - netherlands - supply chain management - agro-industrial chains
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Case-base agro-industriële ketens : eindrapport [Monograph]
Kolkman, W.A. \ 1999
agroindustrial sector - management - supply - economics - agro-industrial chains
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Vraaggestuurd samenwerken in ketens : ervaringen uit de agro-industriele sector [Monograph]
Souwer, M.E. \ 1997-1998
agro-industrial chains
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Groene reststromen in agroketens : een beschrijving van de markt van organische reststromen uit de landbouw en de voedings- en genotmiddelenindustrie [Monograph]
Meeusen - van Onna, M.J.G. \ Hoogeveen, M.W. \ Sengers, H.H.W.J.M. \ 1998
foods - food products - agricultural products - byproducts - utilization - energy - biomass - bioenergy - wastes - agro-industrial chains

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Dit rapport beschrijft het aanbod, de vraag en de marktstructuur van organische, droge reststromen uit de landbouw en de voedings- en genotmiddelenindustrie. Eerst wordt geïnventariseerd hoeveel reststromen vrijkomen en vervolgens wordt gekeken welke bestemming deze hebben. Daarbij wordt aandacht besteed aan de marktstructuur - welke partijen hebben welke functie? - en de marktprijs. Deze studie is uitgevoerd in het kader van het onderzoeksprogramma "Energie uit biomassa", waaronder andere de reststromen in beschouwing genomen worden als potentieel interessante energiebron.

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Vraaggestuurd samenwerken in ketens : ervaringen uit de agro-industriele sector - [Dl.] 3: Opkomst van de informatie technologie [Monograph]
Souwer, M.E. \ 1997
agro-industrial chains - information technology - agribusiness - agroindustrial sector - agro-industrial chains
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Vraaggestuurd samenwerken in ketens : ervaringen uit de agro-industriele sector - [Dl.] 4: Internationalisering [Monograph]
Souwer, M.E. \ 1997
agro-industrial chains - agroindustrial sector - international trade - world markets - agribusiness - agro-industrial chains
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Vraaggestuurd samenwerken in ketens : ervaringen uit de agro-industriele sector - [Dl. 2]: Opkomst van de dienstverlening [Monograph]
Souwer, M.E. \ 1997
agro-industrial chains - tertiary sector - management - marketing channels - distribution - agribusiness - industry - agriculture - netherlands - agroindustrial sector - logistics - agro-industrial chains
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Ketenmanagement [Monograph]
Rijnconsult Groep \ 1998
management - marketing - networking - efficiency - legislation - supply chain management - agro-industrial chains
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Werkende ketens : management, kwaliteit, logistiek en ICT in de agro-industriele sector [Monograph]
Beek, P. van \ Beers, G. \ Beulens, A.J.M \ Grijspaardt - Vink, C.R.S. \ Grootenhuis, A. \ 1999
agribusiness - industry - agricultural production - food technology - management - quality - distribution - transport - agro-industrial chains
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Vraaggestuurd samenwerken in ketens : ervaringen uit de agro-industriele sector - [Dl.] 1: Massa-individualisering [Monograph]
Souwer, M.E. \ 1997
agro-industrial chains - production - enterprises - businesses - cooperation - netherlands - agro-industrial chains
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Discussieverslag van de studiedag "Agro-industriele ketens, mode of meerwaarde?" \ Tijdschrift voor sociaalwetenschappelijk onderzoek van de landbouw [Article]
Heusinkveld, H. \ 1994
agriculture - economic sociology - educational courses - enterprises - size - training courses - vertical integration - forms of organization - agro-industrial chains

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Een NRLO-studiedag-presentatie

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De relevantie van de ketenbenadering in de agro-industriele sector: een repliek vanuit de niet-voedingsindustrie \ Tijdschrift voor sociaalwetenschappelijk onderzoek van de landbouw [Article]
Vandenput, M.A.E. \ 1994
agriculture - economic sociology - enterprises - size - vertical integration - agricultural cooperatives - forms of organization - rural cooperatives - agro-industrial chains

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In een reactie op een voorgaand artikel "De relevantie van de ketenbenadering in de agro-industriele sector" van Van Roekel en Van Dalen wordt in het kort gewezen op de mogelijke nadelen van ketenvorming

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De relevantie van de ketenbenadering in de agro-industriele sector \ Tijdschrift voor sociaalwetenschappelijk onderzoek van de landbouw [Article]
Roekel, J. van \ Dalen, J. van \ 1994
agriculture - economic sociology - enterprises - netherlands - size - vertical integration - agricultural cooperatives - forms of organization - rural cooperatives - agro-industrial chains

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Ingegaan wordt op de vraag waarom ketenvorming thans in de belangstelling staat, waarbij aan de hand van praktijkvoorbeelden de redenen van succes en falen van ketenvorming worden onderzocht

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Agro-industriele ketens: mode of meerwaarde? \ Tijdschrift voor sociaalwetenschappelijk onderzoek van de landbouw [Article]
Frouws, J. \ Wossink, A. \ 1994
agriculture - economic sociology - enterprises - netherlands - size - vertical integration - agricultural cooperatives - forms of organization - rural cooperatives - agro-industrial chains

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Mogelijke problemen en onderzoeksvraagstukken i.v.m. ketenvorming worden op een rijtje gezet

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The catalyst for sustainable bio-based industries in Europe [Monograph]
Mengal, P. \ 2018
biobased economy - agro-industrial chains - european union - renewable energy - biomass

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The bioeconomy covers the use of renewable biological resources and their conversion into food, feed, bio-based products and biofuels via a range of technologies. Bio-based industries are a significant sub-sector of the bioeconomy. Bio-based industries use renewable and sustainably-sourced biological raw materials, called biomass, as the basic materials for producing intermediate and end-user products.

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Bio-based industries made for European citizens : getting Europe ready for the post-petroleum era [Brochure]
2014
biobased economy - agro-industrial chains - projects - biomass

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Brochure about the BioBased Industries BBI

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Sustainable protein technology : an evaluation on the STW Protein programme and an outlook for the future [Monograph]
Voudouris, Panagiotis \ Tamayo Tenorio, Angelica \ Lesschen, Jan Peter \ Kyriakopoulou, Konstantina \ Sanders, Johan P.M. \ Goot, Atze Jan van der \ Bruins, Marieke E. \ 2017
nutrition - proteins - plant protein - biomass - biorefinery - agro-industrial chains

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In 2013 a new STW research programme was started on sustainable protein recovery. This STW Protein Programme consisted of five sustainable protein technology projects, which aimed at developing innovative methods to extract proteins from plant leaves, microalgae and insects to meet the increasing demand for food proteins for humans and livestock. The aim of the additional STW-project ‘Meer en Beter Eiwit’ was to summarize and evaluate the main results and conclusions of these five projects. Besides, some more recent additional insight on protein extraction was supplemented. Project partners including WUR, knowledge institutes and industry were interviewed to obtain their opinion on the project performed and future research needs.This has led to a vision document that gives direction to future research in the field of protein and technology.The approach of this project was to study the topic from start (biomass) via technology to finish (product). It was further put into a larger perspective, looking at the entire chain. When relevant, additional aspects such a soil quality and global protein demands were included.Biomass choice. When choosing a particular protein-recovery technology,biomass selection is the first requirement. Much research is being done on new biomass. However, the use of existing raw materials and residual flows should not be neglected.By building on existing processes and chains, fast(er)implementation is possible. Traditional crops like grain are relatively dry, and the proteins are present in protein bodies. Therefore, they are more easily extracted and give high yields and purities. New, green crops still require a lot of development.Protein streams in the world Protein-rich sources, like soybeans, rapeseed, maize and wheat are being consumed by both humans and animals.The crop with the largest production volume in Europe is is wheat, followed by potato, maize and barley. Together these four crops cover about 85% of the production of protein crops. Worldwide, maize is the largest crop. By far, the largest amount of proteins is being used in feed (>75%),followed by food consumption. Only a limited amount of proteins is isolated for specific use, for example as emulsifiers in different food formulations. An even smaller amount is used for application in chemicals or materials.Protein purity and functionality. Much research from the past focused on obtaining pure protein, e.g. RuBisCo from green leaves or protein from potato juice. Such processes can be economically feasible if the protein produced has a specific functionality, which allows for use as a high-quality food ingredient. However,high purity is not always required to obtain a certain functionality. In such cases the use of less refined,functional fractions is an interesting alternative.Mild separation and fractionation. When purified components are replaced by functional fractions, less intensive separation conditions can be used.Dry separation of proteins yielding a concentrate could bean alternative to wet separation yielding an isolate. Energy consumption is less, and a more native protein can be obtained. Fractionation can also lead to more complete use of biomass, generating little to no side streams.Chain approach for economy and sustainability. Next, it is also important to include the possibility of complete utilization of the raw material and closing cycles.These latter aspects can make or break economic feasibility and sustainability in a process. Efficient and effective use of protein and nitrogen, while maintaining biodiversity, is the most important development point for sustaining life on this earth. Modern agriculture should further improve nitrogen and feed use efficiencies to increase sustainability. Program evaluation. Next to conclusions on the content of the five projects, the evaluation also provides conclusions on the set-up of the STW/EZ programme on sustainable protein. Both academic and industrial participants acknowledged the added value of the link between fundamental research by a PhD and applied research by research institutes that was made in the project set-up. They also partly attributed the project successes to the multidisciplinary approach in the projects. The possibility within the projects to look at all aspects, and the ability to think anew on existing processes and develop new concepts of biorefinery greatly added to current scientific knowledge on protein extraction.

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Efficiënte keten : preventie reststromen : rapportage 2015/2016 [Monograph]
Staps, Sjef \ Tromp, Seth \ Gogh, Bart van \ Burgh, Marianne van der \ 2017
residual streams - organic farming - agro-industrial chains - organic foods - food chains - losses - perishable products - keeping quality - food wastage - storage life

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Het onderhavige rapport is bedoeld als openbare verslaglegging van de eerste twee onderzoeksjaren van het publiek-private samenwerking (PPS) project ‘Efficiënte keten, preventie reststromen’ (2015-2018). De ambitie van dit PPS-project is om derving (verspilling) in de biologische agrifood-keten te voorkomen, en daar waar reststromen ontstaan de kansen voor het vermarkten van deze reststromen te vergroten. Het rapport kan gebruikt worden als referentie voor het vinden van mogelijkheden om derving (verspilling) te voorkomen en daar waar reststromen desondanks ontstaan de kansen voor het vermarkten van deze reststromen te vergroten.

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Kansen bieden voor agro-ecologie in het landbouwonderwijs [Monograph]
Triste, L. \ Debruyne, L. \ Marchand, F. \ 2017
education - organic farming - arable farming - agroecology - agro-industrial chains - agroindustrial sector

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De stijgende wereldbevolking, globalisering, klimaatverandering, milieuproblemen, verstedelijking, economische en financiële crisissen zetten ons landbouwsysteem onder druk. Het concept en de wetenschap “agro-ecologie” wil aangrijpingspunten bieden om deze complexe uitdagingen aan te gaan en bij te dragen aan de verduurzaming van het landbouw- en voedselsysteem. Dit gebeurt door een doorgedreven systeemgerichte aanpak, waarin een evenwicht in de natuurlijke processen en met de natuurlijke omgeving nagestreefd wordt, en waarin alle socio-economische actoren uit de productie- en consumptieketen en gebruikers van de open ruimte betrokken worden. Agro-ecologie is dan ook eerder een richtinggevend concept, dan een duidelijk definieerbaar begrip. Dit concept is door de jaren heen geëvolueerd tot een integratieve studie, of de ecologie, van het volledige agrovoedingssysteem, waarbij ecologische, economische en sociale dimensies samen worden meegenomen.1 Deze definitie omvat dus het hele agrovoedingssysteem en verenigt op deze manier de productieve dimensie met de dimensie van de keten en de consumptie. Op basis van deze definitie werden agro-ecologische principes2 ontwikkeld, die de complexiteit van het concept proberen te vatten. Ze kunnen ruwweg onderverdeeld worden in ecologische, socio-economische en basisprincipes. Deze principes laten toe om richting te geven aan ontwikkeling en opleiding.

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Food for the Circular Economy : policy brief [Monograph]
Rood, Trudy \ Muilwijk, Hanneke \ Westhoek, Henk \ 2017
change - cycling - economics - food production - food wastage - natural resources - resource management - agro-industrial chains - residual streams - biobased economy

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Making the transition to a circular economy requires a radical transformation of various production chains. The food chain is just one. Various policy areas are faced with the task of precipitating this transition to a circular food system. Added value can be achieved by taking an integrated approach to the transition; in this policy brief, the authors set out a framework for such an integrated approach. The authors have identified three requirements for this. Firstly, in a circular economy, natural resources must be effectively used and managed. Such resources include soil, water and biodiversity, but also minerals. These resources are essential to be able to produce renewable resources. Secondly, optimum use of food is important. Reducing food waste is an important starting point in this context, as is a diet with less highly processed food, or more vegetable protein and less animal protein. Also important is a reduced use of natural resources and less environmental pressure. Finally, it is important to make optimum use of residue streams, such as tomato stalks, beet pulp and stale bread. In this way, as little biomass as possible will be lost.

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