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“Oh, you shouldn’t have!” Understanding key factors impacting cut flowers gifting preferences in Germany
Cut flower gifting preferences are relatively unexplored in Germany. This study proposes a model that investigates the impact of attitudinal, experiential, and socio-demographic factors on the cut flower gifting preferences ...
The ethically conscious flower consumer: Understanding fair trade cut flower purchase behavior in Germany
Fair trade flowers are an important niche product relevant to ethically conscious consumers. The study proposes a model that investigates key factors affecting the behavior of these cut flower consumers in Germany. The ...
The ethically conscious flower consumer
The entry discusses key factors which are relevant to consumers that are interested in buying fairtrade cut flowers and builds on the work of Meike Rombach, David Dean, Nicole Widmar and Vera Bitsch.
Exploring key factors determining US consumer preferences for growing over buying fruit in pre-Covidian and Covidian times
This study provides insights for managers in the food retail sector, the horticultural industry, actors involved in community gardening and farmers’ markets. It proposes a model that investigates key factors determining ...