PROVIDING RESIDENTS OF RUSSIAN CITIES WITH DOMESTIC ORGANIC FOOD: MYTH OR REALITY?

  • Nadezhda Krasovskaya Tyumen State University, Tyumen
  • Elena Danilova Tyumen State University, Tyumen
  • Larisa Zamuraeva Tyumen State University, Tyumen
Keywords: organic food, sustainable urban development, food market

Abstract

The article considers the main trends and opportunities for organic food market growth in Russia. The carried out analysis of market conditions allowed defining its strong points and weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the course of its development. The research has shown that despite the existence of high potential and low level of development, this market has all opportunities, provided the offered here recommendations would be followed.

Author Biographies

Nadezhda Krasovskaya, Tyumen State University, Tyumen

candidate of social sciences, senior lecturer at department of management, marketing and logistic at Tyumen State University, Russia.

Science interests include personal branding, organic food manufacturing and trade, rural tourism. 

Published more than 30 research papers

Elena Danilova, Tyumen State University, Tyumen

candidate of social sciences, senior lecturer at department of management, marketing and logistic at Tyumen State University, Russia.

Her science interests – investment behavior, economic sociology, regional economy, ecological economy.

She published more than 15 science papers.

Larisa Zamuraeva, Tyumen State University, Tyumen

candidate of social sciences, senior lecturer at department of management, marketing and logistic at Tyumen State University, Russia.

Her science interests are concentrated around business competitiveness, prospects of regional development, regional economy of Tyumen region.

Published 50 research papers in Russia and international journals.

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Published
2017-10-09
How to Cite
Krasovskaya, N., Danilova, E., & Zamuraeva, L. (2017). PROVIDING RESIDENTS OF RUSSIAN CITIES WITH DOMESTIC ORGANIC FOOD: MYTH OR REALITY?. The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (5(6), 48-54. Retrieved from https://euraseans.com/index.php/journal/article/view/60