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Informatievaardigheden mbo-groen : Zoeken, evalueren en gebruiken van informatiebronnen in het groene onderwijs.
Harmelen, M.J. van; Genderen, R.A. van; Smithuis, Justine - \ 2019
Wageningen : Groen Kennisnet
information literacy - information retrieval - databases - internet - textbooks - skills - agricultural education - information technology - usage - intermediate vocational training - teachers

Information technologies and your holiday | WURcast
Pellis, A. - \ 2019
Wageningen :
information technology - internet - information theory - decision making
Food online : PhD thesis on food legal and civil law requirements for digital contracts regarding food purchases by consumers in the Netherlands
Veer, Lomme C. van der - \ 2017
Wageningen University. Promotor(en): B.M.J. Meulen. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789463437127 - 125
food - food consumption - food costs - food marketing - food merchandising - food prices - food legislation - consumers - product liability - regulations - law - internet - netherlands - food purchasing - voedsel - voedselconsumptie - kosten voor voedsel - marketing van voedingsmiddelen - reclamecampagne van voedsel - voedselprijzen - voedingsmiddelenwetgeving - consumenten - productaansprakelijkheid - regelingen - recht - internet - nederland - voedselinkoop

In this thesis the research focuses on the legal rules and regulations in the Netherlands that apply in the context of food purchases by consumers that are concluded online. Sale of food via the Internet takes place in the area of Civil Code requirements on distance selling and public law requirements on food labelling. In four research Chapters (chapters 2-5) the relevant topics are addressed.

In Chapter 1 the legal context to the research is presented leading up to the formulation of the central problem statement and the research questions. The Chapter also provides the theoretical framework and the in this research applied methodology.

Chapter 2 ‘'Real Food from Virtual Shops: the situation before 2014’ reports on research performed before the entry into force of the national implementation of the Consumer Rights Directive and of the Food Information Regulation. This chapter provides the historical baseline to this research. The research in this chapter shows that the instruments handed to the consumers to compensate their weakened position as online buyers, cannot function as intended in case the merchandise is food. It is argued that consumers derive more bite from general provisions of contract law than from the provisions specifically addressing distance contracts.

In Chapter 3, ‘Food Online, Radical Changes to the Digital Shop Window after 2014’ the argument is continued by addressing in detail the implementation of the Consumer Rights Directive in the Netherlands and the entry into force of the Food Information Regulation. The differences become visible between civil law and public food legislation in the manner in which they envisage to protect the consumer. Civil law turns out to be rather scarce in requiring information provision to consumers. In his attempt to ensure that consumers are only bound to purchase contracts they actually want, the European legislator has chosen a far more draconic instrument. The consumer has been given the right to withdraw from the contract altogether after the etailer has already fulfilled his side of the agreement. The legislature has preferred this instrument over elaborate information requirements regarding the product to be purchased. The available data do not show that the legislature balanced these two instruments.

Whatever these reasons have been, they seem to have been less compelling in the case of food products. The vast majority of foods is exempted from the consumers' right to withdraw. This leaves a considerable gap in the civil law protection of consumers of food online. This gap has recently been filled by the Food Information Regulation. This regulation does put in place a considerable obligation to supply the consumer online with information prior to the purchase decision. The etailer has to provide online all the information which the producer is required to provide on the food label. In one small provision the entire and complex burden the Food Information Regulation places on the food industry, is placed with the etailer as well.

In Chapter 4 ‘Product Liability for Online Food Suppliers’ the increased risks for the etailer of foods to become product liable is addressed. Due to the wide scope of the definition of ‘producer’ in product liability law, the risk for the etailer to be considered the liable producer is rather high. Due to the Consumer Rights Directive and its implementation in national law, of all the players in the chain the etailer is easiest to identify for the consumer. Etailers have to push their claims further up the hill without any recourse to facilities regarding burden of proof or liability. Both the Consumer Rights Directive and the Food Information Regulation have been designed to reinforce the consumers’ position with a view to ensuring that consumers will no longer be the weakest link in the value chain.

In Chapter 5 'The Lucky Bag for Meals' the emerging market for food-boxes is discussed. Food-boxes embody the dream of every etailer. Not the consumers decide what they buy, but the retailers decide what they supply. Business economic advantages of this model in terms of stock management, logistics and marketing are obviously enormous. Apparently an important marketing proposition in this modern day ‘lucky bag’ is the surprise. It appears that consumers want to be surprised. Despite all requirements regarding transparency and information provision imposed by legislators upon the etailer with a view to protecting consumers, a part of the market seems to prefer to be kept uninformed. The chapter shows that a relevant group of consumers is actually willing to pay a price premium to businesses for infringing upon their legal obligations and for being kept out of their rights.

In Chapter 6 the findings of the research are presented. Besides the answers to the research questions a new series of questions emerge. These openings to further exploration show how the legal field of food online in legal development and legal scholarship is just as young as the technology that sparked its emergence.

Het Equis registratiesysteem
Maurice - Van Eijndhoven, M.H.T. ; Oldenbroek, J.K. - \ 2016
Zeldzaam huisdier 41 (2016)3. - ISSN 0929-905X - p. 12 - 13.
zeldzame rassen - registratie - computer software - dieridentificatiesystemen - paardenrassen - paardenstamboeken - internet - rare breeds - registration - animal identification systems - horse breeds - studbooks
In de serie over mogelijkheden van registratiesystemen voor zeldzame rassen komt deze keer het laatste systeem aan de orde. Dat is het Equis-registratiesysteem van Delta Horses.
Fruit 4.0: de vruchten van meer technologie : technologie-roadmap
Ossevoort, R.S. ; Verdouw, C.N. ; Jong, P.F. de; Hennen, W.H.G.J. ; Robbemond, R.M. - \ 2016
Den Haag : LEI Wageningen UR (LEI report 2016-004) - ISBN 9789462578456 - 63 p.
horticulture - fruits - innovations - technology - internet - tuinbouw - vruchten - innovaties - technologie
Modern fruit production is not possible without reliable and up-to-date information. In addition, developments of technologies in the field of the internet, sensors, drones and robotics are gaining momentum. Consequently, production is changing radically towards flexible, autonomous and demand-driven business processes, which integrate smoothly in the supply chain. We also refer to this transition as the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. This report introduces a roadmap for automation and digitalisation in the fruit industry, which will allow this sector to profit from its own Fruit 4.0.
Van bodeminformatie naar bodemmaatregelen
Haan, Janjo de - \ 2016
arable farming - soil fertility - soil conservation - farm management - internet - information needs - soil management - teaching materials
Dietary supplement for energy and reduced appetite containing the β-agonist isopropyloctopamine leads to heart problems and hospitalisations
Bovee, Toine F.H. ; Mol, Hans G.J. ; Bienenmann-Ploum, Monique E. ; Heskamp, Henri H. ; Bruchem, Gerard D. van; Ginkel, Leendert A. van; Kooijman, Martin ; Lasaroms, Johan J.P. ; Dam, Ruud van; Hoogenboom, Ron L.A.P. - \ 2016
Food Additives & Contaminants. Pt. A, Chemistry, Analysis, Control, Exposure & Risk Assessment 33 (2016)5. - ISSN 1944-0049 - p. 749 - 759.
Biosensor - enforcement - health risks - internet - supplements - web shops

In 2013 the Dutch authorities issued a warning against a dietary supplement that was linked to 11 reported adverse reactions, including heart problems and in one case even a cardiac arrest. In the UK a 20-year-old woman, said to have overdosed on this supplement, died. Since according to the label the product was a herbal mixture, initial LC-MS/MS analysis focused on the detection of plant toxins. Yohimbe alkaloids, which are not allowed to be present in herbal preparations according to Dutch legislation, were found at relatively high levels (400–900 mg kg–1). However, their presence did not explain the adverse health effects reported. Based on these effects the supplement was screened for the presence of a β-agonist, using three different biosensor assays, i.e. the validated competitive radioligand β2-adrenergic receptor binding assay, a validated β-agonists ELISA and a newly developed multiplex microsphere (bead)-based β-agonist assay with imaging detection (MAGPIX®). The high responses obtained in these three biosensors suggested strongly the presence of a β-agonist. Inspection of the label indicated the presence of N-isopropyloctopamine. A pure standard of this compound was bought and shown to have a strong activity in the three biosensor assays. Analysis by LC-full-scan high-resolution MS confirmed the presence of this ‘unknown known’ β3-agonist N-isopropyloctopamine, reported to lead to heart problems at high doses. A confirmatory quantitative analysis revealed that one dose of the preparation resulted in an intake of 40–60 mg, which is within the therapeutic range of this compound. The case shows the strength of combining bioassays with chemical analytical techniques for identification of illegal pharmacologically active substances in food supplements.

Online in opkomst: eten kopen in de winkel wordt een keuze : Katern online food
Haaster-de Winter, M.A. van - \ 2015
In: Landbouw-Economisch Bericht 2015 / Berkhout, P., den Haag : LEI Wageningen UR - p. 190 - 198.
consumer behaviour - shopping - internet - supermarkets - logistics - netherlands - european union countries - consumentengedrag - winkelen - supermarkten - logistiek - nederland - landen van de europese unie
Consumenten hoeven hun huis niet meer uit. Binnen een paar muisklikken zijn de boodschappen besteld. Dat kan relatief gemakkelijk. De online infrastructuur in Nederland is goed; de internetpenetratie is één van de hoogste binnen Europa (>90%). Het percentage mensen dat min of meer dagelijks het internet gebruikt is hoog en stijgt (84%), terwijl het aandeel mensen dat nog nooit internet heeft gebruikt daalt (5%) (Eurostat, 2014). Dit artikel gaat nader in op de situatie in Nederland en andere EU-landen.
Voeding blog
Dagevos, H. ; Doets, E.L. ; Groot, C.P.G.M. de; Kremer, S. ; Rest, O. van de; Ruben, R. ; Tieland, C.A.B. ; Zondervan, C. - \ 2015
Wageningen : Wageningen UR
voeding en gezondheid - voedselveiligheid - voedselzekerheid - voedsel - voeding - internet - telecommunicatie - nutrition and health - food safety - food security - food - nutrition - telecommunications
Voeding en voedsel spelen binnen Wageningen UR een centrale rol. In 2040 hebben we 9 miljard mensen te voeden met een veranderende voedselvraag. Hoe moeten we iedereen van gezond voedsel voorzien, zonder schade aan te richten aan het milieu? Voeding bepaalt voor een grote mate onze gezondheid. Het gaat daarbij om veilige voeding, maar ook afgestemd op de behoefte. Wageningse onderzoekers bloggen over het onderzoek naar beide onderwerpen en werkt daarmee aan een betere kwaliteit van leven. Dit blog is een initiatief van Wageningen University and Research Centre. Wageningen UR is het samenwerkingsverband tussen Wageningen University en Stichting DLO. Op dit platform delen onze medewerkers verhalen en kennis over hun werkveld en nodigen u uit om hierover mee te denken.
ZooEasy als registratiesysteem voor zeldzame rassen
Oldenbroek, J.K. ; Eijndhoven, M.H.T. - \ 2015
Zeldzaam huisdier 40 (2015)1. - ISSN 0929-905X - p. 16 - 17.
dierveredeling - identificatie - zeldzame rassen - rassen (dieren) - hondenrassen - vogels - stamboom - stamboeken - geitenrassen - fokken van kleine dieren - computer software - internet - animal breeding - identification - rare breeds - breeds - dog breeds - birds - pedigree - herdbooks - goat breeds - small animal rearing
Nauwkeurige registratie is een vereiste voor een verantwoorde en
succesvolle fokkerij. Niet alleen speelt afstamming bij zeldzame rassen
een cruciale rol, fokkers willen ook gegevens over het exterieur
en de prestaties van de dieren overzichtelijk vastleggen. In deze
serie worden de mogelijkheden van een aantal systemen toegelicht.
A control model for object virtualization in supply chain management
Verdouw, C.N. ; Beulens, A.J.M. ; Reijers, H.A. ; Vorst, J.G.A.J. van der - \ 2015
Computers in Industry 68 (2015). - ISSN 0166-3615 - p. 116 - 131.
information-systems - intelligent products - science research - design science - internet - things - life - technology - framework - demand
Due to the emergence of the Internet of Things, supply chain control can increasingly be based on virtual objects instead of on the direct observation of physical objects. Object virtualization allows the decoupling of control activities from the handling and observing of physical products and resources. Moreover, virtual objects can be enriched with information that goes beyond human observation. This will allow for more advanced control capabilities, e.g. concerning tracking and tracing, quality monitoring and supply chain (re)planning. This paper proposes a control model for object virtualization in supply chain management, which is based on a multiple case study in the Dutch floriculture. It includes a typology of distinct mechanisms for object virtualization, which discerns reference objects and future projections next to the representation of real physical objects. The control model helps to define feasible redesign options for the virtualization of supply chain control. It is also of value as a basis to define the requirements for information systems that enable these redesign options.
Gasten vinden, gasten binden. Hoe pak ik dat aan bij plattelandstoerisme?
Haaster-de Winter, M.A. van; Schoutsen, M.A. ; Jong, D. de; Vijn, M.P. - \ 2015
PPO AGV
platteland - boerderijtoerisme - multifunctionele landbouw - internet - consumenteninformatie - consumentengedrag - marketing - rural areas - farm tourism - multifunctional agriculture - consumer information - consumer behaviour
Bedrijven met plattelandstoerisme hebben met een sterk concurrerende markt te maken. Het wordt steeds belangrijker om gasten te vinden maar ook te binden. Daar zijn veel manieren voor en deze brochure zet daarvan een aantal op een rijtje. Daarnaast delen enkele inspirerende ondernemers hun kennis en ervaring met het vinden en binden van gasten. Ook is er een actielijst opgenomen om als ondernemer mee aan de slag te gaan.
Innovatieve logistieke concepten
Vorst, Jack van der - \ 2014
horticulture - ornamental horticulture - international trade - logistics - supply chain management - growers - innovations - telecommunications - internet - strategic management - decision making
Voeding online: een kwestie van medium én mentaliteit
Dagevos, H. - \ 2014
Voeding Nu 16 (2014)9. - ISSN 1389-7608 - p. 14 - 15.
consumentengedrag - voedselinkoop - internet - supermarkten - voedingsmiddelen - vleeswaren - marketingkanalen - consumer behaviour - food purchasing - supermarkets - foods - meat products - marketing channels
In Nederland kopen we nog betrekkelijk weinig voeding online. De verwachting is dat dit gaat veranderen de komende tijd. De voorlopers bedienen zich niet alleen van moderne media als verkoopkanaal, maar houden er ook een andere mentaliteit op na over ‘het goede eten’. De vlucht die het aanbieden van vleespakketten momenteel neemt, illustreert dit goed.
Belichtingsapplicatie : rapportage tot Go/No Go moment
Gelder, A. de - \ 2014
Bleiswijk : Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw (Rapport / Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw 1331) - 26
tuinbouw - kastechniek - glastuinbouw - rozen - belichting - assimilatie - fotosynthese - energiebesparing - internet - computer hardware - horticulture - greenhouse technology - greenhouse horticulture - roses - illumination - assimilation - photosynthesis - energy saving
In dit project wordt een belichtingsapplicatie ontwikkeld voor op internet waarmee tuinders op belichting kunnen besparen. Het model geeft op basis van de behoefte van de plant, bedrijfsspecifieke informatie en de weersverwachting een dagelijks advies over het gewenste aantal uren belichting.
Het bodemschimmelschema
Lamers, J.G. ; Rozen, K. van - \ 2014
Lelystad : Praktijkonderzoek Plant & Omgeving, Business Unit PPO-agv - 70
akkerbouw - tuinbouw - vollegrondsgroenten - kennis van boeren - kennisoverdracht - internet - waardplanten - gewasbescherming - plagenbestrijding - bodemschimmels - arable farming - horticulture - field vegetables - farmers' knowledge - knowledge transfer - host plants - plant protection - pest control - soil fungi
Dit project betreft het ontsluiten van kennis via een internetapplicatie over de invloed van waardplant, plantgevoeligheid en bodemtype op bodemgerelateerde plagen en schimmels. Het schema bevat vijftien belangrijke bodemschimmels in zowel akkerbouw- als vollegrondsgroentegewassen, beschreven in aparte hoofdstukken. Elk hoofdstuk bestaat uit een algemene beschrijving, de levenscyclus, waardplanten en vermeerdering en de schade van de plaag. Voor iedere plaag is een bodemplagenschema gemaakt met een semi-kwantitatieve beschrijving van de schade en vermeerdering van de plaag op 40 landbouwgewassen, zoveel mogelijk gevolgd door een referentie.
ICT in agri-food ketens
Verdouw, Cor - \ 2014
farm management - food chains - agro-industrial chains - internet - conferences - innovations - logistics - consumer information - computer networks - information systems - netherlands - european union countries - food production
Active pharmaceutical ingredients detected in herbal food supplements for weight loss samples on the Dutch market
Reeuwijk, N.M. ; Venhuis, B.J. ; Kaste, D. de; Hoogenboom, L.A.P. ; Rietjens, I. ; Martena, M.J. - \ 2014
Food Additives & Contaminants. Pt. A, Chemistry, Analysis, Control, Exposure & Risk Assessment 31 (2014)11. - ISSN 1944-0049 - p. 1783 - 1793.
dietary-supplements - liquid-chromatography - loss products - case series - mass-spectrometry - slimming products - sibutramine - internet - adulteration - metabolites
Herbal food supplements claiming to reduce weight may contain active pharmacological ingredients (APIs) that can be used for the treatment of overweight and obesity. The aim of this study was to determine whether herbal food supplements for weight loss on the Dutch market contain APIs with weight loss properties. Herbal food supplements intended for weight loss (n = 50) were sampled from August 2004 to May 2013. An HPLC-DAD-MS/MS method was used to screen for the presence of the APIs in herbal supplements. In 24 samples the APIs sibutramine, desmethylsibutramine (DMS), didesmethylsibutramine (DDMS), rimonabant, sildenafil and/or the laxative phenolphthalein were identified 41 times. The presence of these APIs was, however, not stated on the label. The potential pharmacological effects of the detected APIs were estimated using data from reported effective doses of approved drugs. Use of 20 of the 24 herbal food supplements may result in potential pharmacological effects. Furthermore, risk assessment of phenolphthalein, a suspected carcinogen and found to be present in 10 supplements, based on the margin of exposure (MOE) approach, resulted in MOE values of 96–30 000. MOE values lower than 10 000 (96–220) were calculated for the daily intake levels of four out of these 10 supplements in which phenolphthalein was found. However, taking into account that weight loss preparations may be used for only a few weeks or months rather than during a lifetime, MOE values may be two to three orders of magnitude higher. The current study shows that the use of food supplements with sibutramine, DMS, DDMS and/or phenolphthalein could result in pharmacological effects.
Delen van lesmateriaal Biobased Economy
Vilsteren, Gerlinde van - \ 2014
teaching materials - biobased economy - internet - education
Social media en social entrepeneurship : information govenance
Onwezen, M.C. - \ 2014
Wageningen UR
sociale netwerken - sociale verandering - sociale participatie - hedendaagse samenleving - communicatie - netwerken (activiteit) - innovaties - internet - social networks - social change - social participation - contemporary society - communication - networking - innovations
This project aims to explore how social media enables social innovation. It is part of a larger project which aims to explore the role of social media in social innovation.
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