Consumer Acceptance Of Genetically Modified Foods: A Profile Of American Consumers
A telephone survey was conducted on genetically modified foods in the U.S. Consumers' attitudes are studied using a multiple correspondence analysis, and typology constructed through the use of a cluster analysis. Five distinct behaviors are extracted.
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