Analysis of Nutritional Principles Addressed and Nutrition in Romanians: A Case Study
Raluca-Giorgiana Chivu () and
Otilia-Elena Platon ()
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Raluca-Giorgiana Chivu: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Otilia-Elena Platon: Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Global Economic Observer, 2019, vol. 7, issue 2, 126-130
With the evolution of technology, people have begun to become more and more informed about all the topics of interest, including regarding their eating habits. The lifestyle, the stress, the tendency of sedentarism has generated in the last years an increased interest in maintaining and improving the state of health. In the previous decades, there has been a tendency towards a "standardization" in the consumption habits of the people living in countries with advanced economic development. This was caused both by the change of the available products and by the lifestyle, as well as by the "power" acquired by the new distribution channels. Also, over the last ten years, however, there has been a growing interest in dietetics, health and hygiene products, characterized by high-quality production and content, which may or may not be strictly linked to the history or culture of territory (Chinnici, D'Amico si Pecorino, 2002). However, despite the knowledge and information available, people cannot capitalize on food and cannot maintain a certain food standard. In this article, we will show what the current situation in Romania regarding the consumption of food from a nutritional point of view is.
Keywords: nutritional values; nutritional marketing; consumer behaviour (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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