Buy Domestic? Emerging Food Nationalism in Slovakia
Daniel Gurňák and
Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 2022, vol. 113, issue 4, 382-396
In a rapidly globalising world, food nationalism has been the subject of research in many fields. The paper discusses food nationalism, in relation to the social and spatial aspects of consumers' shopping behaviour. According to the results of a two‐step cluster analysis, food nationalism has no significant relationship with permanent residence of consumers. Economic status, however, was the only factor to demonstrate a statistically significant relationship between consumers and food nationalism. Compared to unemployed people and pensioners, employed people and entrepreneurs show significantly higher levels of food nationalism. In the study, the assumption that consumers who prefer quality will visit stores with a higher share of domestic food was not confirmed. In contrast, a marginally significant relationship was found between consumer preference for quality and support for domestic producers.
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