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Towards sustainable European seaweed value chains: a triple P perspective
Burg, S.W.K. van den; Dagevos, H. ; Helmes, R.J.K. - \ 2019
ICES Journal of Marine Science (2019). - ISSN 1054-3139
Seaweeds are seen as important future feedstock for Europe, providing biomass for food, feed, and other applications. Seaweeds can contribute to a circular food system a protein transition and bio-based economy. Europe is a minor player in the world market dominated by the Asian producers and processors. According to the FAO, total production of aquatic plants (dominated by seaweed) was 30 million tonnes in 2016, with China (47.9%) and Indonesia (38, 7%) dominating production. This article discusses the challenges to seaweed production and use in Europe and formulates future directions for upscaling the European seaweed sector. From a People, Planet, Profit perspective, there is no need to focus on producing large volumes of seaweed per se. We need to focus on nature-inclusive production systems, producing the right amount of the right seaweeds, based on the carrying capacity of the European seas. The seaweed sector must avoid developing along the “old” economy’s way of cost leadership but develop along the way of the “new” circular economy. Seaweeds should not be seen as a new product “added” to the market but become an integral part of the European food system, being used for human consumption, feed and improving production processes.
‘Sommige mensen schrikken echt van zo'n listeria-schandaal’
Dagevos, H. - \ 2019
Vleesconsumptie stijgt weer na jaren
Dagevos, H. ; Verhoog, A.D. ; Horne, P.L.M. van; Hoste, R. - \ 2019
Meat Consumption In The Netherlands Is Up For The First Time In 10 Years
Dagevos, J.C. - \ 2019
Van vleesschaamte is geen sprake
Dagevos, H. - \ 2019
Vleesconsumptie per hoofd van de bevolking in Nederland, 2005-2018
Dagevos, Hans ; Verhoog, David ; Horne, Peter van; Hoste, Robert - \ 2019
Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Nota / Wageningen Economic Research 2019-108) - 11
Deze nota geeft een overzicht van de vleesconsumptie per hoofd van de bevolking in Nederland in de jaren 2005-2018. Het totale verbruik van vlees en vleeswaren per hoofd van de bevolking in Nederland ligt in 2018 iets boven de 77 kg (op basis van karkasgewicht). Dit is ruim een halve kilo meer dan in 2017.
Prosumptie in de polder: een verkenning van de zelf voedsel producerende consument in Almere
Veen, Esther ; Jansma, Jan Eelco ; Dagevos, Hans ; Schans, Jan Willem van der - \ 2019
Wageningen : Stichting Wageningen Research, Wageningen Plant Research (Rapport WPR 799) - 69
Vlees en de planeet
Dagevos, H. ; Verhoog, A.D. ; Horne, P.L.M. van; Hoste, R. - \ 2019
Twijfel over cijfers lagere vleesconsumptie Nederland
Dagevos, Hans ; Verhoog, David ; Horne, Peter van; Hoste, Robert - \ 2019
Eiwittransitie : De aarde is te klein voor een vleesrijk dieet
Pyett, Stacy ; Vet, Emely de; Dagevos, Hans - \ 2019

Wereldwijd kampt bijna een kwart van de jonge kinderen met groeiachterstand door eiwitgebrek. In het Westen eten we juist meer dierlijk eiwit dan goed is voor milieu en gezondheid. Het is een denkfout om te geloven in één hoofdoplossing voor dat probleem: ‘We moeten meerdere ontwikkelrichtingen naast elkaar koesteren’.

Protein transition: The planet is too small for a meat-rich diet
Pyett, Stacy ; Vet, Emely de; Dagevos, Hans - \ 2019

One quarter of the world’s children suffer stunted growth due to proteinrelated deficiencies. Meanwhile, in the West we eat more animal protein than is good for the environment or our health. But it is misguided to believe that there is one paramount solution to this problem. ‘We need to foster several lines of development in parallel.’

Wat eten we in de Week zonder vlees?
Dagevos, H. - \ 2019
Wageningen University & Research
Meer groenten, minder vlees: kan het Lancet-dieet echt de wereld redden?
Boer, Imke de; Dagevos, Hans - \ 2019

Weinig vlees, zo min mogelijk bewerkt voedsel, veel groenten, fruit en volkorengranen. ­Zo kan de mens zich gezond voeden en de planeet redden, schreef een internationale groep wetenschappers in The Lancet. Waarna de discussie losbarstte. Drie Nederlandse experts beantwoorden de drie belangrijkste vragen.

Building a Market for New Meat Alternatives: Business Activity and Consumer Appetite in the Netherlands
Dagevos, H. ; Tolonen, Ella ; Quist, Jaco - \ 2019
In: Environmental, Health, and Business Opportunities in the New Meat Alternatives Market / Bogueva, Diana, Marinova, Dora, Raphaely, Talia, Schmidinger, Kurt, IGI Global - ISBN 9781522573500 - p. 183 - 201.
This chapter provides an overview of developments in the Netherlands on new meat alternatives with a focus on plant-based meat substitutes and lab-grown meat. It devotes attention to both the supply side of the market (business activity) and the demand side (consumer appetite). The first concerns developments in the meat substitutes' innovation system since the 1990s until now. It concludes that the Netherlands has become a major player. The latter concerns the supportive purchasing power of consumers regarding the building of a viable and strong market for new meat alternatives. It is concluded that available consumer studies provide evidence for being cautiously optimistic. The closing parts of this chapter, however, bring to the fore that a transition from the current high-meat diets to more sustainable and healthier diets with more non-meat sources of proteins is anything but self-evident. However encouraging and energetic modern developments in the Netherlands are, much progress is needed as it comes to consumer acceptance of new meat alternatives, producer capacity to innovate, concentrate strengths, and capture market share, as well as governmental support for reducing the adverse effects of today's meat consumption and production levels in accordance with Sustainable Development Goal 12 concerning responsible consumption and production.
Sustainable seaweed value-chains : Economics, consumer attitudes and environmental impacts
Burg, S.W.K. van den; Dagevos, H. ; Helmes, Roel - \ 2018
Wageningen Economic Research - 8 p.
Vleesconsumptie in drie jaar niet gedaald
Dagevos, Hans - \ 2018
Visie kringlooplandbouw vraagt om vervolg
Dagevos, H. ; Hoes, A.C. - \ 2018
Vork 5 (2018)4. - ISSN 2352-2925 - p. 24 - 29.
Vleesconsumptie in Nederland: gedrag gedraagt zich anders dan gedacht
Dagevos, H. ; Temme, L. - \ 2018
Voeding Nu 20 (2018)8. - ISSN 1389-7608 - p. 8 - 11.
Stad en ommeland transformeren naar tussenland in Oosterwold
Jansma, J.E. ; Dagevos, H. - \ 2018
Landwerk 18 (2018)4. - ISSN 1567-1844 - p. 44 - 47.
Goedkoop eten is duurkoop
Dagevos, H. - \ 2018
foodlog.nl
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