Online questionnaire for farmers: economic and social impacts of direct farm marketing in Canada

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Author: Josie Di Felice

Posted: March 1, 2019

Categories: GoodFoodBites / Research

A research team at Laval University has launched an online questionnaire looking at direct farm marketing and short supply chains for a research project titled ‘Assumed virtues or tangible benefits? An analysis of the economic and social impacts of short food supply chains in Canada.’

The questionnaire is intended for all farmers (large or small) who directly market their products.

The anonymous questionnaire, which takes approximately 20 minutes to finish, will allow you to express your views on direct farm marketing and whether you are satisfied with this type of marketing channel. You will also be asked to provide certain pieces of information that will enable the team to determine what type of farm you have.

Access the questionnaire here and share it with any farmers that might be interested!

If you have any questions about the research or the implications of your participation, please contact Patrick Mundler, the professor leading the research project, at