Case Study Analysis of Organic Food Market

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Running head: CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC FOOD MARKETSCASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC FOOD MARKETSName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC FOOD MARKETS1Executive SummaryThe report is based on the analysis of the case study of the Kings Cross Organic Food Marketwhich organises events related to the production and sales of organic food products. Theevents are analysed based on the impacts that they have on the different aspects of organicfood production. The relationship between the producers and the end-users are also analysedin the report. The other aspects include, the location of the events, the duration of the eventsand the planning of the events. The impacts of the event on the society is also discussed in thereport. The report is concluded by stating that the events can affect the lives of the farmersand the natives as well.
CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC FOOD MARKETS2Table of Contents1.Introduction.................................................................................................................32.Goals, purpose and objectives of the event.................................................................32.1 Goals of the event.................................................................................................42.2 Purpose and objectives of the event.....................................................................43.Location, duration and event program........................................................................54.Corporate and community stakeholder relationships..................................................55.Governance.................................................................................................................66.Expected impacts of the event.....................................................................................67.Conclusion...................................................................................................................7References......................................................................................................................8
CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC FOOD MARKETS31.IntroductionThe analysis is based on the case study of Kings Cross Organic Food Markets whichare known for supplying organic food, gourmet produce, fresh fruits, vegetables, patisserie,bread, seasonal productions from the farmers, French and local cheese, salaami, salmon andmany more. The markets are friendly to the communities are they offer all types of productsthat are required for the daily or weekly usage of the people. The products that are offered bythese markets are sustainable and eco-friendly in nature (Aschemann‐Witzel and Zielkeb2017).The interaction with the other foodies in the area who are also fun-loving in nature isalso facilitated in these markets. The markets organise many special events for the natives ofthat area. These events help in bringing all the people of the community together and they canalso interact with each other in these events. The report is mainly based on the discussionabout these events and the ways by which these are organized successfully so that they bringtogether the people from the different communities (Brantsæteret al. 2017).2.Goals, purpose and objectives of the eventThe Kings Cross Organic Food Markets are always full of local residents and touristson Saturdays. The main offerings of the food markets are mainly bacon, coffee, egg roll andmany other products related to fresh produce. The markets also offer many games that canengage the local residents and the tourists as well. The organic markets are in operations formore than 15 years. In the initial stages they were known to offer organic produce that arecertified and some were also sourced from bio-dynamic producers. The increasing interest of
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