Business models analysis offers key insights into urban food access initiatives

21 March 2018

A study has undertaken a typology of the different business models of organisations working to increase access to good food for all.

Six private none profit organisations were under scrutiny to better understand the way they generate income (without which they cannot survive), and, at the same time, create social value (which corresponds to their mission). Urban Food Futures summarises the findings which may be useful to local social enterprises.

The study was structured around 2 questions:

  • First, is your social impact directly generated by the commercial relation with your clients?
  • Second, are your clients and your beneficiaries the same people?

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Leon Ballin
Sustainable Food Cities
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