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Desirable Attributes For Value Added Meat Products Survey 1993


  • Kinsey, Jean D.
  • Senauer, Benjamin
  • Jonk, Yvonne


The purpose of this consumer survey was to learn more about consumer preferences for meat characteristics. Value added meat processors faced with the problem of trying to identify market niches wanted to know what types of consumers had similar preferences and what their specific preferences and concerns are. In addition, we wanted to learn more about attitudes that are believed to be changing due to new information about the relationship between diet and long term health, lifestyles that demand more convenient foods and less home cooking, the environmental impacts of cattle production, and social issues such as animal rights.

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  • Kinsey, Jean D. & Senauer, Benjamin & Jonk, Yvonne, 1993. "Desirable Attributes For Value Added Meat Products Survey 1993," Working Papers 14430, University of Minnesota, Center for International Food and Agricultural Policy.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:umciwp:14430
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.14430

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    1. Zhang, Xu & Goddard, Ellen W., 2010. "Analysis of Value-Added Meat Product Choice Behaviour by Canadian Households," Project Report Series 99703, University of Alberta, Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology.
    2. Kinsey, Jean D. & Senauer, Benjamin & Jonk, Yvonne, 1995. "CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS, SAFETY, AND HEALTH CONCERNS; Proceedings of the 4th Minnesota Padova Conference on Food, Agriculture, and the Environment, September 4-10, 1994, Wayzata, MN," Working Papers 14421, University of Minnesota, Center for International Food and Agricultural Policy.

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