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Reports a survey of 507 parents of 7 to 11yearold children in theCentral Television district of the UK to ascertain what food productschildren requested and the effects of television advertising onchildrens food preferences. The questionnaire found that 45 per cent ofproducts requested had an...
Takes a look at the new and existing directives concerning theregulations for safety standards with regard particularly for plasticsmonomers. Looks also at the control of these to prevent health hazardsfor the consumer. The main responsibility for this will lie with thepackaging converter.
Details the timetabling and changing requirements of theintroduction of regulations for nutrition labelling of foods by ECDirective 90496EEC. Discusses enforcement with particular reference tothe UK home authority practice and the role of enforcementofficers at local level.
Offers a brief sociological sketch of some current issues in thecultural analysis of food and eating as they apply to dining out. Seeksto demonstrate the importance to everyday life of the hospitalityindustry in terms of consumption, employment and environmental issues.
Discusses the EC Commissions new proposal for a directive on thehygiene of foodstuffs with particular emphasis on the incidence offoodborne diseases and consumer behaviour as well as ways of regulatingfood processing that will protect consumers, protect bona fideproducers and vendors from...
Summarizes legislation which determines specific temperaturerequirements for refrigerated foods in the United Kingdom pre and post1990. Before 1990 there were relatively few specific nationalcontrols, although controls existed for certain animalbased productssuch as meat and meat products...
Examines the perceptions of consumers towards beef and beefproducts following the 1990 outbreak of Bovine Spongiform EncephalopathyBSE and changes in purchasing behaviour by a survey, in 1991, of atotal of 252 consumers in two locations. Results indicate that riskperceptions towards seven beef...
Reviews the three sectors of the UK fish market fresh,canned and frozen, and details key factors affecting its size. Sees thecompetitive structure of the market as being dominated by a handful ofmajor brands, mainly in the canned and frozen sectors. Aggregateadvertising expenditure is the lowest...
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