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Purpose – This paper aims to describe free school meals with respect to a plate model and to analyse how the meals were chosen by pupils at Finnish comprehensive schools. Design/methodology/approach – The paper reviews the history of the Finnish school catering system and free school meals. It...
Purpose – The paper seeks to assess the knowledge consumers have of organic farming and what they would prefer from the organic system. Design/methodology/approach – A citizens' jury (CJ) was held in Penicuik, a small town on the peri‐urban fringe of Southeast Scotland. A CJ consists of a small...
Purpose – The organic product market can be considered as an emerging market. Since the 1990s it has experienced rapid growth, and supermarket chains have become the sales channel with the largest market share and are the main driver for further growth. However, different supermarket retail...
Purpose – The objective of this study is to develop two nutrient‐dense and acceptable weaning foods – Prowena and Propalm – using high‐protein food ingredients: crayfish ( Macrobachium spp), soybeans ( Glycine max) and groundnut ( Arachis hypogea ) to enrich the sole starch based weaning food...
Purpose – This paper aims to test whether the effects of wine consumption on the emotions vary with the age of the consumer, the objective being to use the results to orient further product differentiation in a highly saturated and competitive market. Design/methodology/approach – The decision...
Purpose – Instead of using general food choice motives, this study adopts more specific attitudes – i.e. health consciousness and environmental attitudes – to predict the consumer's attitude toward organic foods. The main objective of the paper is to test the hypothesis whether health...
Purpose – The aim of this paper is to investigate consumer attitudes to, and acceptance of, affective communication in the context of pre‐knowledge regarding wood‐based food additives. Design/methodology/approach – A survey of 263 Austrian consumers was carried out to investigate pre‐knowledge,...
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