Meat disgust is negatively associated with meat intake – Evidence from a cross-sectional and longitudinal study

@article{Becker2021MeatDI,
  title={Meat disgust is negatively associated with meat intake – Evidence from a cross-sectional and longitudinal study},
  author={Elisa Becker and Natalia S. Lawrence},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2021},
  volume={164}
}
Investigating the motivations driving meat analogue purchase among middle-income consumers in Mbombela, South Africa
ABSTRACT Meat analogues are becoming widely accepted in high-income countries as substitutes for meat. As consumer acceptance of faux meat is beginning to follow a similar trend in South Africa, this
Meat Analogues in the Perspective of Recent Scientific Research: A Review
TLDR
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