Trinidad and Tobago

SOCIOECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF FREQUENCY OF FISH PURCHASING AMONG TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO SHOPPERS: A BINARY LOGIT ANALYSIS

by C. W. Ardon Iton, Sharon D. Hutchinson As the Caribbean continues to succumb to the pressure of Non-Communicable Diseases innovative strategies are being sought to rectify the problem. Increasing the purchase and consumption of fish/seafood has great potential in this regard; however, very little empirical research appears to have …

TRADITIONAL RETAIL OUTLETS OR SUPERMARKETS: A PROBIT ANALYSIS OF SHOPPERS IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

by C. W. Ardon Iton and Ewan Scott The purpose of this study is to identify consumers’ retail outlet choice for Roots and Tubers in Trinidad and Tobago between traditional and modern retail outlets, and also to find out what influences consumers’ shopping preferences for one or the other retail format.…