Sustainable food and digital technologies

Hanoi, Vietnam
Sustainable food and digital technologies, Hanoi

Online purchasing of sustainable qualities foods

This case study aims to investigate the impacts of urban consumers’ internet usage on the sustainability of the food system, in the context of an emerging economy.

The objective is to scrutinize the effects of internet on food provision and eating practices, according to two dimensions i/ as a marketing channel through direct sales (from producers, retail stores, online retailers, etc.), and ii/ as an information channel to make decisions on food choice and purchases.

Impact and innovation

Impact on consumer practices / Innovation from private sector

  • Michaël Bruckert
  • Nguyên Thi Sau
  • Nguyên Thi Tan Loc


Report - The diagnostic analysis of sustainable food and digital technologies in Hanoi. (2020)

This report summarizes the diagnostic step of online purchasing sustainable food in Hanoi. This report was produced by Michaël Bruckert (Cirad, Favri), Nguyen Thi Sau (Favri) and Nguyen Thi Tan Loc (Favri).

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