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Religious, political beliefs shape purchases of imported food
Political attitudes and religious beliefs can shape US consumers’ willingness to pay for food products imported from other countries, a study has found.
These were among the findings of New Insights into Country of Origin Labeling (COOL): The Effects of Nationalism, Patriotism, and Xenophobia, a working paper from the Marketing Science Institute (MSI), a unit of the Advertising Research Foundation (ARF). It was based on an online survey of 10,049 consumers in the US.
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National attitudes and sentiments, such as political and religious beliefs can influence consumers’ willingness to pay and therefore must be considered when...
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