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Investigates consumer perceptions of “regional foods” in England. Results show understandings of regional foods to be a complex dynamic of interrelated concepts. Regional foods are defined by place and human‐related factors. An implicit factor in attitudes towards regional food is the “perceived...
Implies that a balance of the different essential nutrients is necessary for maintaining health. The eight minerals that are usually analysed are Na, K, Ca, Mg, P, Fe, Cu, Zn. A comparison of the mineral content of 20 fruits and 20 vegetables grown in the 1930s and the 1980s (published in the UK...
Posits that food labelling is one medium by which consumers can acquire knowledge about the food they consider buying. This type of information is becoming increasingly important in a food market where direct contact with the personnel over the counter is declining. Reports the results from a...
Considers the specific contributions of the industry to health promotion and policy making, within the context of Health of the Nation activities and the development of effective nutrition policies for the UK. States that the UK food and drink industry is the largest manufacturing sector in the...
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