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The Perception on Food Quality among Urban People

  • S. S. M. Sadrul Huda

    ()

    (East West University, Bangladesh)

  • Ahmed Taneem Muzaffar

    ()

    (East West University, Bangladesh)

  • Jashim Uddin Ahmed

    ()

    (North South University, Bangladesh)

Contaminated and unhygienic food intake is a major problem in the urban cities of Bangladesh. This raises a serious concern for health of the urban citizens. The research investigates into the attitude of the urban educated people on their awareness of food safety. The findings of the study suggest a high degree of awareness amongst respondents of the attitudinal survey. People with higher educational background show higher degree of awareness of how the quality of food should be maintained. A lack of confidence on the functions of government regulatory agency in testing the food standard is also reflected in the study.

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Date of creation: May 2008
Date of revision: May 2008
Handle: RePEc:aiu:abewps:65
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