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Emerging versus developed economy consumer willingness to pay for environmentally sustainable food production: A choice experiment approach comparing Indian, Chinese and United Kingdom lamb consumers
In China and India, income growth is driving a structural change in dietary patterns away from staples towards more livestock foodstuffs such as meat products, exacerbating already significant environmental pressures from ...
Assessing consumer preferences and willingness to pay for NZ food attributes in China, India and the UK
Understanding international consumer preferences and attitudes towards food is important in maximizing the value of food exports. This study aims at assessing these preferences and attitudes towards a number of food ...
Valuing preferences for environmental sustainability in fruit production by United Kingdom and Japanese consumers
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2015-03-10)
Reduction of carbon intensity of high volume grocery products is potentially a major contributor in meeting climate targets. In a choice experiment concerning fruit purchase decisions in the United Kingdom and Japan, this ...
Consumer attitudes and willingness to pay for attributes of food, in particular from New Zealand
For New Zealand, assessing consumer attitudes in global food markets, is important to maximizing the value of exports. This study aims to assess consumer attitudes and preferences towards a number of food attributes and ...
Consumer attitudes towards sustainability attributes on food labels
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2011-02)
Concerns about climate change and the general status of the environment have increased expectation that food products have sustainability credentials, and that these can be verified. There are significant and increasing ...
Exploring the impacts of food label format on consumer willingness to pay for environmental sustainability: a choice experiment approach in the United Kingdom and Japan
(Faculty of Food Science and Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 2016)
Although there are a plethora of food labels signalling environmental attributes, research examining the impact differing label formats have on preferences is limited. In a choice experiment concerning fruit choices in ...