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Healthy-food choice and purchasing behaviour analysis : an exploratory study of families in the UK

  title={Healthy-food choice and purchasing behaviour analysis : an exploratory study of families in the UK},
  author={Alan Kurdi and Barween Hikmat},
Over the last three decades, poor eating habits and their consequences have become an increased area of concern worldwide (Higgs, 2004). This phenomenon is not an isolated issue as it affects various social categories, particularly families (Vogt, 2006). In fact, people’s food choice and eating behaviour have been thoroughly investigated in recent times as food choice and consumption have increasingly shifted towards unhealthy-food products. For example, fast-food consumption is increasing… 

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