Applying the food technology neophobia scale in a developing country context. A case-study on processed matooke (cooking banana) flour in Central Uganda

@article{Steur2016ApplyingTF,
  title={Applying the food technology neophobia scale in a developing country context. A case-study on processed matooke (cooking banana) flour in Central Uganda},
  author={H. Steur and W. Odongo and X. Gellynck},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2016},
  volume={96},
  pages={391-398}
}
  • H. Steur, W. Odongo, X. Gellynck
  • Published 2016
  • Business, Medicine
  • Appetite
  • The success of new food technologies largely depends on consumers' behavioral responses to the innovation. In Eastern Africa, and Uganda in particular, a technology to process matooke into flour has been introduced with limited success. We measure and apply the Food technology Neophobia Scale (FTNS) to this specific case. This technique has been increasingly used in consumer research to determine consumers' fear for foods produced by novel technologies. Although it has been successful in… CONTINUE READING
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