Factors Affecting International Demand And Trade In Organic Food Products
This paper describes important markets for organic foods in Europe, Japan, and North America. The effects on demand of price premiums, distribution channels, consumer characteristics, and key consumer issues (price-quality trade off, country of origin, GMO content, and social process) are discussed.
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