Functional ingredients and food choice: Results from a dual-mode study employing means-end-chain analysis and a choice experiment
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- Bitzios, Michael & Fraser, Iain & Haddock-Fraser, Janet, 2011. "Functional ingredients and food choice: Results from a dual-mode study employing means-end-chain analysis and a choice experiment," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 36(5), pages 715-725.
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