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study of the evolution of concentration in the food industry in the Netherlands

H. W. de Jong

study of the evolution of concentration in the food industry in the Netherlands

by H. W. de Jong

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Published by Commission of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English


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Statementby H.W. de Jong ; in collaboration with W. Karssen [et al.].
ContributionsCommission of the European Communties.
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Open LibraryOL13921526M

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Concentration in the food industry increased generally for the 40 or so largest firms. The general increase in concentration was however mot evenly spread; in fact, the largest firms among this group of the 40 or so largest firms pushed up the concentration ratios more than proportionately.

a Study of Concentration in the UK Food Processing Industry, commissioned by the Directorate-General for Competition of the Commission of the European Communities. The first stage of the Study was published in January as Part 1: Industry Structure & Concentration, Part 1 of the study, entitled “Industry Structure and Concentration ”, which was published in Januarydealt with trends in the food industry, structural changes and various indices for assessing concentration in the industry as a whole.

the food distribution industry for the United Kingdom. Another volume, already published (vol. II: Price Surveys), outlines the results of the research on the distribution of food products in the United Kingdom, with regard to the evolution of prices and mark-ups, based on a limited sample of food products and.

Introduction and general survey This report is a part of the concentration-study of the Dutch beverage­ industry, containing the sectors: beer,soft-drinks and alcoholic liquors. The purpose of this report is to describe the structure and the evolution of the Dutch beer-industry and beer-distribution,especially during the period 1.

1: This Report forms part of a two-stage Study of Concentration in the U.K. Food Processing Industry, commissioned by the Directorate-General for Competition of the Commission of the European Communities.

The two stages are: (1) a study of concentration at the industry scale, and changes in. The separate concerns of the two parts of the study may be stated as: PART 1: a study of concentration for the beverages industry, as defined above, and changes in that measure between and PART 2: a study of the distribution of the products of the beverages industry from the manu­ facturer to the consumer.

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Changes in the food industry during the 20th century have been due to _____.-development of new equipment-increased sanitary and nutritional awareness-development and availability of new food products-all of the above. The Evolution of Industrial Food Production: McDonaldization and Population Health Andrew D.

Currey Brian P. Hinote, Ph.D. Abstract This paper is an examination of modern food production and its consequences, and of how food production on a mass scale negatively affects health in the United States. The link betweenFile Size: KB. Study of the evolution of concentration in the food distribution industry for the United Kingdom.

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Study of the evolution of concentration in the pharmaceutical industry in the Netherlands. [Luxembourg]: Commission of the European Communitites, (OCoLC) Abstract: In this chapter, an exploration is presented of the tension generated in companies following a very traditional approach to managing R&D and innovation (mostly based on internal resources, competences and activities) even when globalization and the rapid pace of innovation driven by market forces, leads them to involve external actors in their R&D processes.

The paper aims to present a comparative study on the evolution of food labeling quality in 4 countries from the Black Sea region, in order to establish some com-mon measures to improve labeling, respecting the EU Regulations. Materials and Methods For this study it was used the experience of a group of.

2 Concentration and Power in the Food System difficult to discern that scores of these, as well as more than half of US sales, are controlled by only three companies: Gallo, The Wine Group, and Constellation (Howard et al.

In nearly every other stage of the food system, includingFile Size: KB. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of UK Essays. The evolution of the food and beverage industry in tandem with restaurants can be said one of the most fundamental inceptions of all time.

A study of the evolution of concentration in the Danish food processing industry: [a report prepared for the Directorate General for Competition of the Commission of the European Communities. [Instituttet for fremtidsforskning (Denmark); Commission of the European Communities. This study gives an overview of developments that may influence the future of the Dutch agro & food sector up to The focus is on technological developments, which in turn are assessed within the con-text of social, economic and political developments around the globe.

A futures study is a systematic exploration of possible futures in order. Competition Issues in the Food Chain Industry monitoring activities often take the form of a market study that addresses such issues as the geographic competition in the retail sector or the evolution of concentration in the food sector.

In some cases, in addition to monitoring the evolution of the price of food products, competition File Size: 4MB. Case Studies in Food Retailing and Distribution aims to close the gap between academic researchers and industry professionals through the presentation of ‘real world’ scenarios and the application of field-based research.

The book provides contemporary explorations of food retailing and consumption from various contexts around the globe.Higher concentration of organized retail in North America and Europe shows the stiff competition in the food retail industry in these regions.

Exit barriers in the global food retail market are low owing to low investments in non-transferable fixed assets/5(19).Study of the evolution of concentration in the Danish food distribution industry. Brussels: Commission of the European Communities, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Commission of the European Communities.

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