Eating insects : consumer acceptance of a culturally inappropriate food
Tan, Hui Shan Grace;
Publisher: Wageningen University
Subject: insecten als voedsel | Consumentengedrag | insects as food | houding van consumenten | food acceptability | voedselacceptatie | Consumer Behaviour | consumer attitudes
mesheuropmc: digestive, oral, and skin physiology
<p>In recent years, edible insects have gained global attention due to their nutritional and environmental advantages over conventional meat. While numerous species of edible insects are enjoyed in various cultures around the world, most Western consumers react with dis... View more
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