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Although the food retail market has continued to grow steadily during the 1990s, the number of retail outlets forced out of business has also increased. In order to remain competitive, the food retailer needs to make full use of all the “tools” within the marketing management toolkit. Sales...
Scotland has one of the worst records in the western world for Coronary Heart Disease. The problem is to a large extent diet‐related. The Scottish Office has, therefore, set out a diet plan for Scotland. Its recommendations to the public are in terms of individual foodstuffs. This study using...
This study focuses on the strategic nature of information on new products or innovations, and examines how it is managed (detailed versus non‐detailed) and when it is released (pre‐announcements versus announcements) in the food and food‐related industries. We found that, compared with the...
The paper analyses data from the British Health and Lifestyles Survey of 1984/5 and the follow‐up survey of 1992. It attempts to break down a large number of food consumption patterns into a smaller number of interpretable factors or tastes which are then used in statistical regression models...
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