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Despite the natural congruence between the personal non-economic objectives of SRFE owners and the value co-creation concept, little conceptualization exists on how this relationship may be developed and realized within business models.
By way of Table 1, the value co-creation concept has the potential to act as a mechanism to connect and embed personal objectives in the value creation component of SRFE business models.
In relation to personal objectives related to social interaction, the organization (SRFE) plays a key role in facilitating value co-creation experiences to stakeholder interaction (Natti et al., 2014).
The size (controlled growth) of SRFE organizations (i.e.
Personal philosophies related to ideas like food miles, sustainability, organic production, health, lifestyle and community engagement are common NEGs of SRFE owners (Table 1) and consumers alike.
To summarize, this paper offers a starting point for understanding the influence of SRFE owners' personal NEGs on the value creation component of SRFE business models.
This research is conceptual and confined to exploring the influence of personal objectives on a single element of SRFE business models--the value creation component.
Empirical research to extend understanding of SRFE business models in responding to challenges and opportunities in their competitive landscape is needed.
In unpacking the themes associated with SRFE personal objectives, some overlap with social objectives was evident.
Purpose - Small regional food enterprises (SRFEs) are important in developed and developing nations, with a policy (agribusiness) focus on them as potential growth engines and contributors to healthy local economies.
Findings - The growth of alternate food networks (AFNs) creates a potentially attractive market segment for SRFEs, whose participation in farmers markets, box schemes and other forms of direct selling to consumers who value locally produced food has grown over the past decade.
Small regional food enterprises (SRFEs) are important in many regional economies because of their prevalence and contributions.