Transparency of the meat chain in the light of food culture and history

@article{Hoogland2005TransparencyOT,
  title={Transparency of the meat chain in the light of food culture and history},
  author={C. Hoogland and J. Boer and J. Boersema},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2005},
  volume={45},
  pages={15-23}
}
Current patterns of meat consumption are considered to be unsustainable. Sustainable development may require that consumers choose to eat smaller quantities of meat as well as meat that is produced in a more sensible way. A policy tool directed at consumer behaviour is that of enhancing consumer-oriented transparency of the production chain. Transparency is expected to allow people to make more mindful consumption choices, in line with their personal values. As most dietary habits are deeply… Expand
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