Motives underlying food consumption in the Western Balkans: consumers’ profiles and public health strategies
Julie Mardon (),
Elise Thiel (),
Martine Laniau (),
Siet Sijtsema (),
Karin Zimmermann () and
Dominique Barjolle ()
International Journal of Public Health, 2015, vol. 60, issue 5, 517-526
Western Balkan consumers differ in the importance they attach to health and natural content and weight control. This insight is needed to target interventions. Copyright Swiss School of Public Health 2015
Keywords: Western Balkan Countries; Consumers’ food choice; Health and weight control; Fruit; Products with nutrition and health claims (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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