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Examines advertisers' use of gender in food advertising to children. Previous studies of gender preference in children's advertising suggest gender bias exists. Food products are most often gender-neutral. Advertising for food products is compared to non-food advertisements. Examines measures of...
The development of the UK restaurant industry is briefly outlined, and then the study seeks to examine the skills and characteristics needed to progress as a chef. Rather than describe the factors that drive workers from the trade, they are explored as problems which must be accepted and...
Assuming BSE causes vCJD, the numbers and characteristics of the vCJD outbreak are re-estimated using vCJD mortality data to the end of 2001. The results of the earlier analyses are confirmed. The mean mortality period is found to be less than ten years, with seven years the most likely figure;...
Utilises social cognition models to determine the beliefs, attitudes and knowledge of consumers towards food safety. The main aim was to determine the underlying factors influencing consumers' implementation of specific food safety practices in the home. The research was conducted in two stages....
Highlights the large number of food product innovations and extensions being developed across Europe. The types of developments are often represented as "new developments"' in their broadest sense. Research was undertaken to ascertain the types of developments being embarked on by SME food...
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