Green Supply Chain Management Evaluation for Organic Products: Theoretical and Empirical Point of View


  • Blanka Tundys1 (University of Szczecin, ul. Cukrowa 8, 71-004 Szczecin, Poland )
  • Tomasz Tomasz Wisniewski1 (University of Szczecin, ul. Cukrowa 8, 71-004 Szczecin, Poland )

This study deals with the green supply chain evaluation for organic products. The authors present the development of the market for such products and the latest trends in world markets in connection with the creation and implementation of a new business strategy relating to the implementation of environmental aspects. The aim of the discussion is to indicate the theoretical basis for the construction of the green supply chain, with particular emphasis on the specificity of organic products. Theoretical considerations are accompanied by the results of empirical research, which indicate in which areas and in the scope of implementation of which management tools there are significant differences between enterprises and what may be the reasons for this. The novelty and value of this study lie in the reference to the principles and elements of the green chain to ecological products and the indication why a holistic approach to environmental protection should be promoted (i.e., production and the whole supply chain promoting the principles of sustainable development). The analysis of literature, methods of descriptive and mathematical statistics and ANOVA (analysis of variance) have been used in this study.

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