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Drivers and inhibitors in the acceptance of meat alternatives: The case of plant and insect-based proteins
Insects as an alternative protein source has gained traction for its advantageous environmental impact. Despite being part of many traditional food cultures, insects remain a novelty in Western cultures and a challenging ...
“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 ...
Just love me, feed me, never leave me: Understanding pet food anxiety, feeding and shopping behavior of US pet owners in Covidian times
The study provides insights for pet food retailers, vets and managers and volunteers at animal shelters, pet food pantries and food banks into the behavioral changes in feeding and pet food buying resulting from pet food ...
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 ...
Diagnostic tools to assess social media presence for marketers of experiential products: Exploring the wine-related social media interactions
(Bandung State Polytechnic, Indonesia, 2020-07-08)
The purpose of this paper is to employ available search and analytical tools to explore the type and quality of information that can be derived from large scale social media interactions. Using graphical techniques such ...
Predicting consumer behaviour in tourism industry: Comparing Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) and multiple regression
(IOP Publishing, 2020-05-18)
The Indonesian creative tourism industry is currently flouring and competitive. In this competitive industry, the industry players' capability to predict their tourist behaviour is imperative. However, research to examine ...
The dimension of experience quality in agritourism industry: A factor analysis assessment
(Atlantis Press B.V., 2020-12-22)
This study aims to examine the experience of agritourism attractions and assess what dimensions are relevant to represent these variables. Literature studies show that limited attention to tourism experiences in the context ...
European expert buyers’ perceptions of New Zealand agri-food products and businesses: An explanation of the theory of buyer-seller relationships and country of origin theory
(Politeknik Negeri Bandung, 2021-07-03)
With agrifood export earnings so pivotal to New Zealand (NZ)’s economy, understanding how expert buyers perceive the country’s agrifood products and businesses is imperative. This holds particularly true for the European ...
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.
Understanding pet food attribute preferences of US consumers
This encyclopedia entry is dedicated to pet food attributes and builds on the work of Meike Rombach and David Dean. Partial least squares structural equation modelling shows that pet food purchase involvement positively ...