[Autom. eng. transl.] Through a perspective aimed both at regulated official certifications and at optional private certification models - for which the EU has dictated a series of guidelines aimed at indicating the best practices for the implementation of these regimes - the contribution is addressed to ecological or environmental aspects of agricultural practices, respect for working conditions in agriculture, protection of animal welfare in livestock activities and religious precepts inherent in the preparation and production of food. In relation to these aspects, the analysis reveals that the growing attention that the European knowledge society has matured towards the use of "ethical certifications" is emblematic of the importance that, in the agri-food context, the regulatory mechanisms aimed at guaranteeing products assume of quality and conscious civic choices, for the construction of a bond of trust between stakeholders and consumers in economic exchange relationships.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Ethical certifications (work, environment, religions, animal welfare)|
|Title of host publication||Trattato di diritto alimentare italiano e dell’Unione europea|
|Editors||P. Borghi, I Canfora, A. Di Lauro, L. Russo|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
- Certificazioni etiche
- benessere animale