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Продовольственная помощь социально уязвимым слоям населения: агротехнологии, технологии промышленного производства продуктов питания, инфраструктура в условиях преодоления последствий пандемии.

Стукач, Виктор (2018): Продовольственная помощь социально уязвимым слоям населения: агротехнологии, технологии промышленного производства продуктов питания, инфраструктура в условиях преодоления последствий пандемии. Published in: Journal of Food Technology & Nutrition Science , Vol. 5, No. Том 2 / Выпуск 2 | Journal of Food Technology & Nutrition Science (2020): pp. 3-8.

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Abstract

Food assistance to socially vulnerable segments of the population has become particularly relevant in the context of overcoming the catastrophic consequences of the 2019-2020 pandemic. Social assistance and the infrastructure created for this purpose are a system tool that allows us to respond adequately to the challenges of the time. The aim of the work is to create theoretical foundations and proposals for a practical solution to the problem of providing unprotected segments of the population with environmentally friendly food. The article deals with the problem of providing food to socially vulnerable categories of the population, suggests measures to form the infrastructure of domestic food aid, creates a mechanism for combining the market, distribution and informal institutions to provide food to the needy segments of the population. It is proposed to create mechanisms to motivate landowners to use soil protection technologies, to encourage the use of" abandoned " land with the help of state support tools, and to introduce degraded land into the agricultural circulation. The main aspects of the problem: the process of providing food to the needy of the village, the use of land resources withdrawn from circulation for organic production, the system of state support, the creation of market infrastructure in this area, overcoming the consequences of the pandemic. The model of an integrated solution to the problem is proposed by creating a state-regulated industrial-type infrastructure for creating funds and allocating resources, as well as creating a social nutrition system in the region.

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