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Studies the food shopping practices and priorities among residents (in their mid-40s and mid-60s) of four socially contrasting neighbourhoods in Glasgow, Scotland. Poorer people were more likely to give priority to price. Although overall, most grocery shopping is done in supermarkets, poorer...
Examines the dynamic changes that have occurred in the provision of fresh fruit and vegetables to the multiple retail sector in the UK over the last ten years. Supported by both conceptual development and empirical evidence, examines the nature, perceptions and evidence for managed portfolios of...
Describes self-reported dietary supplement use among elderly people in the UK and explores the association between supplement use and socioeconomic, physical and dietary factors. A three-phase survey incorporating face-to-face interviews, self-completed four-day dietary diaries with a food...
Despite having properties well-suited to "healthy-eating", fish is a declining product. Consumers' evaluations of fish are known to differ between consumers and non-consumers, but the precise differences, which might be of use in the development of a marketing campaign, are vague. Analyses...
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