Adolescents Attitudes Towards Organic Food: A Survey of 15- to 16-Year Old School Children

@article{Stobbelaar2007AdolescentsAT,
  title={Adolescents Attitudes Towards Organic Food: A Survey of 15- to 16-Year Old School Children},
  author={Derk Jan Stobbelaar and G. Casimir and J. Borghuis and Inge Marks and L. Meijer},
  journal={Environmental Economics},
  year={2007}
}
  • Derk Jan Stobbelaar, G. Casimir, +2 authors L. Meijer
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Environmental Economics
  • Adolescents are the consumers of tomorrow' therefore policies aimed at increasing organic food consumption should address the needs of this group. To discover their attitudes towards organic food and their knowledge of the subject, a survey among almost 700 school children aged 15-16 years was conducted. Four main groups of questions were used: adolescents knowledge of organic food, attitudes, whether they bought organic food and the perceived influences they exerted on the buying patterns of… CONTINUE READING
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