Interstate migration and changing food preferences in India.

Abstract

India is a diversified country. Just as the geography, religion, and culture of India are diverse, so are Indians' food habits. Even so, regional heterogeneity in food consumption exists across states. But it may be hypothesized that regional heterogeneity in food consumption across states has been declining. This hypothesis is based on the fact that… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/03670244.2011.604586

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@article{Tripathi2011InterstateMA, title={Interstate migration and changing food preferences in India.}, author={Amarnath Tripathi and Shraddha Srivastava}, journal={Ecology of food and nutrition}, year={2011}, volume={50 5}, pages={410-28} }