What's in a name? Consumer perceptions of in vitro meat under different names

@article{Bryant2019WhatsIA,
  title={What's in a name? Consumer perceptions of in vitro meat under different names},
  author={Christopher J Bryant and J. Barnett},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2019},
  volume={137},
  pages={104-113}
}
In vitro meat (IVM) grown from animal cells is approaching commercial viability. This technology could enable consumers to circumvent the ethical and environmental issues associated with meat-eating. However, consumer acceptance of IVM is uncertain, and is partly dependent on how the product is framed. This study investigated the effect of different names for IVM on measures of consumer acceptance. Participants (N = 185) were allocated to one of four conditions in an experimental design in… Expand
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