Second round Delphi
Dear member of the Food Integrity Network,
Within the project Food Integrity, Ghent University and TNO are studying the feasibility of a food integrity information sharing system (FIISS) where information of different actors in the food supply chain could be gathered.
To study attitudes among stakeholders in the food supply chain, we are conducting a Delphi study that consists of three rounds.
Today, we launch the second round which is open to all interested stakeholders, regardless of having participated in the first round.
• In the first round, a total of 119 food industry stakeholders participated in an online survey between November 2017 and February 2018, being the first phase of a Delphi study.
• In this second round, the findings of the first round are presented to you. By consulting different stakeholders (industry, policy makers, authorities, researchers) about their opinion on the results, we are hoping to gain more understanding into some of the findings. You will have the chance to voice your opinion or raise more questions.
• The third round will be organized as a workshop where the results of the previous rounds will be presented followed by an interactive discussion.
We would like invite you to join the workshop taking place in Belfast on 28th of May 2018 from 15.30 to 17.30 (satellite workshop of the ASSET 2018 conference). Registration can be done through this link.
Start the survey of the second round by clicking here
This study is part of the EU FP7 Project FOOD INTEGRITY (www.foodintegrity.eu)
If you have any further questions regarding our study, do not hesitate to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Assuring food integrity in the European food supply chain: What role can information sharing play?
Join the discussion by completing the survey!
We are looking for various perspectives on food integrity issues in companies or organizations supplying the European food market. By consulting stakeholders we aim to discover the feasibility of a system for information sharing to prevent and detect food fraud. We kindly invite you to participate in this survey, which is the first of three rounds. Participation in the first round does not obligate you to join the other rounds.
Complete the survey (15 min)
Part of a three-round study
To get more insights in different stakeholders views on the topic, we organize a (Delphi-method) in three rounds.
• Round 1: Online anonymous survey
- November 2017
- Who? Food industry actors with responsibilities regarding food integrity
- 15 minutes
- December 2017
- Receive the results of Round 1 and give online feedback on the findings
- Who? All interested experts from food industry, policy makers, academia, …
- 15 minutes
- Subscribe here to receive more information
- May 28th 2018, Belfast
- Open discussion aiming at consensus about the potential, feasibility and conditions for success of an early signaling system
- Who? All interested stakeholders from food industry, policy makers, academia and others
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This study is part of the European Research Project FOOD INTEGRITY which involves various universities and institutes throughout Europe, funded by the European Commission. This study is carried out by Ghent University (Belgium) and TNO ( Netherlands).
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Your opinion makes a difference. It provides a direct way to define the research needs of the sector and to identify current and emerging problems that directly concern the production, commercialisation and consumption of this product.
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On behalf of the researchers involved in this questionnaire, we want to thank you in advance for taking time to contribute to this survey.
Ramon Aparicio and Diego L. García
Dr. Diego Luis García González
Instituto de la Grasa (CSIC)
Avda. Padre García Tejero, 4
C.P. 41012, Seville (Spain)
Tel: +34 954611550 (ext 204)
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