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Drawing on transition theory, we conceptualize local food networks as innovations that initially function and develop in local niches within a given food regime. As niche-innovations local food networks induce socio-ecological changes on the local level and they have the potential to foster wider transformations of the dominant food regime. Many local food networks adopt the concept of food sovereignty as a kind of "leitmotif". At the core of this concept lies the question of how to create andoi:10.3390/su5114778 fatcat:l2hlkx4yyjc5poqmncutpw6gs4