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Attempts to identify consumer perceptions about wine and wine attributes in Greece. In addition, a brief presentation of the development of wine routes in Greece is considered. According to the results, wine emerges as a staple kind of drink in everyday meals, and seems to be more preferable...
It has been claimed that the British diet is still recognizably different from that of other cultures. The claim appears to be based on the fact that the structure of the main meal and its food combinations – meat, potatoes and vegetables – identify it with British culture. This study...
Addresses consumer innovativeness in the context of a new food product launch, using the Domain Specific Innovativeness (DSI) inventory. Investigates the effectiveness of the DSI scale in the identification of first buyers of a new food product (DeBrew Ham) within the delicatessen products...
Restructured shrimp made with three different formulations were evaluated using subjective and objective texture analysis. The three formulations showed statistical similarities with breaded whole shrimp in terms of gumminess and oily cover in mouth, and differed in relation to firmness,...
Analyses customer satisfaction with mail‐order speciality foods in the UK and examines the relationship between satisfaction with eight attributes of mail‐order speciality food and their association with overall satisfaction and likelihood of future purchase. Univariate analysis reveals that...
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