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Direct marketing meat








Direct marketing meat



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Banninger, A., 1998: The way to successful entry into direct meat marketing. With falling producer prices, Swiss producers can maintain income by marketing meat direct. The steps necessary for successful marketing are illustrated using the example of brand marked 'natura beef'. Factors to be considered include po...

Pless, P.; Reichsthaler, G.; Kofer, J., 2004: Agricultural direct marketing: assistance in the implementation of Section 18 of the Fresh Meat Hygiene Order. The amendment of Section 18 of the Fresh Meat Hygiene Order (Frischfleisch-Hygieneverordnung, Federal Law Gazette BGB1. II No. 146/2002) requires all agricultural operations selling meat from their own livestock to check the hygiene conditions of...

Zinke, T., 1976: Possibilities of organizing direct marketing of farm products in North Rhine Westphalia in future. Marketing techniques for direct selling. The paper deals with the direct marketing of consumer products to private households (eggs, potatoes, fruit and vegetables) from the farm, door to door, and at weekly markets. The aims are: (1) to provide more information on selling conditions and...

Kuhnert, H., 1998: Direct marketing in conventionally and ecologically operated farms: an investigation into direct marketing as a form of independent enterprise in farm diversification. The aim was to explore the possibilities and limits of direct marketing, as a supplementary source of income, on the basis of a theoretical and empirical analysis of its importance in German farms. Surveys of 200 conventional and organic farms in...

Winkelmayer, R.; Paulsen, P., 2008: Direct marketing of meat from wild game in Austria: a guide to good practice according to regulations (EEC) 852 and 853/2004. There is a constant consumer demand for meat of hunted wild game. Both from ethical and ecological considerations, meat from hunted wild game could be ranked similar to food from organic farming. Direct marketing of game meat from the hunter is of...

Mitchell, J.R.; Forbes, G.G., 1965: Report by Buchan. Meat Producers Ltd. . . . on the commercial and fact-finding visit to the United States . . . to look into improved methods of marketing meat, the visit being part of an overall project to improve the quality and marketing of Scotch beef and lamb. The report describes a visit to the USA in June/July 1964 during which the whole meat industry was studied, particular attention being paid to plants for slaughter and packing. The importance of supermarkets as a retail outlet is stressed. These n...

Vatn, A., 1985: Marketing regulations for meat. An analysis of costs for different marketing regulations within the meat sector. The study of the costs of freezing and storing meat in Norway and of material advantages and disadvantages of regulating the market looks at the collaboration between the marketing board and Norway's meat and bacon organization. Three alterna...

Gamberger, M.; Schope, M., 1980: New marketing channels for livestock and meat in the European Community - starting points for a common marketing structure policy. The results of the two volume study on meat and livestock marketing in the EC (WAERSA 22,4636) carried out by IFO Institute for the EC Commission are summarized. Briefly they find that concentration in pig and calf production is hastening rational...

Pfaff, K., 2001: Linkages between marketing levels in the German meat sector: a regional price transmission approach with marketing-cost information. The purpose of this study is to deduce a clear picture of the predominant market situation at all 3 marketing levels (producer, wholesale, and retail) for a market segment of the German meat sector. The empirical focus is on a vertical price trans...

Anonymous, 1989: Studies in the processing, marketing and distribution of commodities: the marketing of bovine meat and products: areas for international cooperation: report. This report examines issues of an international character with the purpose of suggesting measures to be taken in order to increase the participation by developing countries in the marketing of bovine meat. The first part refers briefly to the plac...