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Christian John Reynolds
University of Sheffield
47Publications
10H-index
328Citations
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#1Dusan Drabik (AAEA: Agricultural & Applied Economics Association)H-Index: 13
#2Harry de Gorter (Cornell University)H-Index: 26
Last.Christian John Reynolds (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 10
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Abstract We develop a microeconomic model to understand food waste of consumers. We capture at-home and away-from home food consumption and distinguish between food purchases and food consumption. We allow the consumer to choose the rate of food waste at home optimally to maximize her utility. We show that consumer purchases can decline or increase with a cut in the rate of consumer waste, depending on the elasticity of food demand. Using the UK data for poultry in 2012, we also show a case wher...
#1Peter Horton (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 79
#2Christian John Reynolds (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 10
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Achieving global food security requires a new approach that integrates not only all aspects of the growing, harvesting and processing of food (necessary to ensure sufficient affordable and sustainable production to alleviate hunger) but also the complexities associated with food consumption including deterring unhealthy overconsumption. Inefficiencies occur at various points along the agri-food supply chain but at present they are inadequately conceptualized via separate accounts of food loss, f...
Abstract Food that is either wasted or lost, rather than being eaten, accounts for around a third of global food production and is linked to several environmental, economic and social issues. The reliable quantification of this wasted food is essential to monitor progress towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 12.3, which covers food loss and waste. Currently quantification of food waste is made difficult by many differing definitions, some of which require categorisation of fo...
#1Katerina Psarikidou (Lancaster University)H-Index: 3
#2H. Kaloudis (Lancaster University)
Last.Christian John Reynolds (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 10
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This paper aims to explore the potential of “local food hubs” to address issues of stigma associated with the use of food banks in urban deprived areas. “Local Food Hubs” are a relocalised distribution channel, however, like other Alternative Agro-Food Networks (AAFNs), it can be an elite phenomenon for affluent areas and consumers. Our research focuses on the Open Food Network (OFN) local food hubs in order to explore their potential to constitute “an alternative” to the conventional ways of ad...
Objective To model dietary changes required to shift the UK population to diets that meet dietary recommendations for health, have lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) and are affordable for different income groups. Design Linear programming was used to create diets that meet dietary requirements for health and reduced GHGE (57 and 80 % targets) by income quintile, taking account of food budgets and foods currently purchased, thereby keeping dietary change to a minimum. Setting/Participants Nut...
#1He He (UniSA: University of South Australia)H-Index: 2
#2Christian John Reynolds (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 10
Last.John Boland (UniSA: University of South Australia)H-Index: 23
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Abstract This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of Australian net energy consumption between 2004–05 and 2014–15. Results from environmentally-extended input-output (EEIO) analysis show that the Transport sector has the largest direct effect on net energy consumption in industrial sectors, which decreased by about 35% for net energy consumption per million $AUD in the period. The Export sector has the largest direct net energy consumption while Households consumption results in the largest...
#1Christian John Reynolds (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 10
#2Liam Goucher (University of Sheffield)
Last.Annika Carlsson Kanyama (KTH: Royal Institute of Technology)
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Abstract Food waste prevention has become an issue of international concern, with Sustainable Development Goal 12.3 aiming to halve per capita global food waste at the retail and consumer levels by 2030. However there is no review that has considered the effectiveness of interventions aimed at preventing food waste in the consumption stages of the food system. This significant gap, if filled, could help support those working to reduce food waste in the developed world, providing knowledge of wha...
#1He He (UniSA: University of South Australia)H-Index: 2
#2Christian John Reynolds (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 10
Last.John Boland (UniSA: University of South Australia)H-Index: 23
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Abstract Waste generation is linked to consumption both in households (Final demand) and in the supply chain. Gaining understanding into the driving forces that change of waste generation in the supply chain can contribute to solving issues of waste management. The environmentally-extend input-output model is an effective tool with which to investigate the relationship between economic activities and waste generation. In this paper structural decomposition analysis (SDA) is employed to analyse t...
Objective: To model dietary changes required to shift the UK population to diets that meet dietary recommendations for health, have lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) and are affordable for different income groups. Design: Linear programming was used to create diets that meet dietary requirements for health and reduced GHGE (57% and 80% targets) by income quintile, taking into account food budgets and foods currently purchased, thereby keeping dietary change to a minimum. Subjects: Nutrient c...
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