Consumer-driven definition of traditional food products and innovation in traditional foods. A qualitative cross-cultural study

  title={Consumer-driven definition of traditional food products and innovation in traditional foods. A qualitative cross-cultural study},
  author={Lu{\'i}s Guerrero and Maria Dolors Gu{\`a}rdia and Joan Xicola and Wim Verbeke and Filiep Vanhonacker and Sylwia Żakowska-Biemans and Marta Sajdakowska and Claire Sulmont-Ross{\'e} and Sylvie Issanchou and Michele Contel and M. Luisa Scalvedi and Britt Signe Granli and Margrethe Hersleth},

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