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Huber, M.A.S., J.R. Bloksma, G.J.H.M. van der Burgt and L.P.L. van de Vijver. 2006. Challenges for an organic food quality concept: the Inner Quality Concept Requirements demonstrated on an experimental concept. In: Joint Organic Congress. Odense, Denmark. 30-31 May 2006.

Number of pages: 2

Type of document: Conference Paper

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More information on authors/freelancers connected to LBI :
G.J.H.M. van der Burgt MSc.;
Machteld A.S. Huber, M.D.;
Lucy P.L. van de Vijver Ph.D.


Language of document: English

Title in English: Challenges for an organic food quality concept: the Inner Quality Concept Requirements demonstrated on an experimental concept

Abstract / summary in English:

At the Louis Bolk Institute, together with several international partners, years of work and several research projects were directed towards the validation of the "Inner Quality Concept"; an organic food quality concept. This concept intends to build two bridges. One bridge between crop management and food quality and another bridge between food quality and possible health effects for the consumer.
This paper focuses on requirements for validating a concept, presenting examples from the work in the Louis Bolk Institute.


Keywords in English: food quality, product quality