Consumer Perceptions of Agro-Food Products with Ethical Values in Serbia: An Exploratory Study

  title={Consumer Perceptions of Agro-Food Products with Ethical Values in Serbia: An Exploratory Study},
  author={Driouech. Noureddin and Capone Roberto and de Castro Pitano Sandro and Berjan. Sinisa and El Bilali. Hamid and Radovic. Mirjana and D. Aleksandra and Panin. Biljana},
  journal={International Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences},
The renewed and intensified interest in issues of business ethics is typified by growth in demand of products encompassing ethical values such as organic and Fair Trade products. Consumer attitude to foods is mainly influenced by concerns (e.g. food safety, human health, environmental impact) and commodity attributes (e.g. quality, taste, freshness and packaging). The objective of this exploratory study is to get an insight on Serbian consumer perceptions of agro-food products with ethical… Expand
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