Food Marketing & Distribution
The food we eat every day is not only domestically produced but also imported from abroad. Frequently, we get reliable food at any time after it has been stored, transported, and/or sometimes processed. This may seem obvious but behind that, there are complex distribution systems and mechanisms to overcome many discrepancies between the consumers and the producers.
The laboratory of Food Marketing and Distribution, which is geared toward the distribution and the market of food and agro-industry, is educating and researching 1) the mechanism of the negotiated transaction, 2) the reliability of distribution system, 3) the institutions in the food system and their marketing functions, 4) marketing strategies of food production and 5) Resources circulation in the agri-food industry in terms of distribution economics, information economics, and marketing theory.
ProfessorSusumu FUKUDATo individual page
Associate ProfessorMasahiro MORITAKATo individual page
Assistant ProfessorRan LIUTo individual page
Assistant ProfessorBEN TAIEB SEIFEDDINETo individual page