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THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH FOOD HYPERSENSITIVITY IN HOUSEHOLDS: A STUDY IN THE NETHERLANDS, POLAND, AND SPAIN

by Jantine Voordouw, Gerrit Antonides, Margaret Fox, Inma Cerecedo, Javier Zamora, Belen de la Hoz Caballer, Ewa Rokicka, Judith R. Cornelisse-Vermaat, Maciej Jewczak, Pawel Starosta, Marek Kowalski, Monika Jędrzejczak-Czechowicz, Sonia Vázquez-Cortes, Sara Cano-Escudero, Bertine M.J. Flokstra-De Blok, Anthony E.J. Dubois, Miranda Mugford, Lynn J. Frewer Recent studies show that food hypersensitivity,…

THE ADDED VALUE OF SUSTAINABILITY MOTIVATIONS IN UNDERSTANDING SUSTAINABLE FOOD CHOICES

by Muriel C. D. Verain, Marleen C. Onwezen, Siet J. Sijtsema, Hans Dagevos Understanding consumer food choices is crucial to stimulate sustainable food consumption. Food choice motives are shown to be relevant in understanding consumer food choices. However, there is a focus on product motives, such as price and taste, whereas…