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Title: Preferences for Certified Beef with Animal Welfare and Other Credence Attributes in Australia
Contributor(s): Morales, L Emilio  (author)orcid ; Griffith, Garry  (author)orcid ; Fleming, Euan  (author); Mounter, Stuart  (author)orcid ; Wright, Victor  (author); Umberger, Wendy (author)
Publication Date: 2020
Early Online Version: 2020-07
Open Access: Yes
DOI: 10.18461/ijfsd.v11i3.50
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Abstract: Concerns over livestock production practices have resulted in increased consumer preferences for certified products. Australian beef buyers’ survey data revealed the preferences of consumers who would buy differentiated beef based on animal welfare, safety, health, or environmental-friendly considerations. Female respondents are more likely to buy certified animal welfare products. Buyers with children, and those who value branded beef, are more likely to buy products differentiated by a bundle of credence attributes. Given that Australian beef consumers eat similar amounts, there are opportunities for differentiating beef products according to credence attributes and offering them in a range of retailers.
Publication Type: Journal Article
Source of Publication: International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 11(3), p. 202-220
Publisher: CentMa GmbH
Place of Publication: Germany
ISSN: 1869-6945
Field of Research (FOR): 140201 Agricultural Economics
Socio-Economic Objective (SEO): 830301 Beef Cattle
Peer Reviewed: Yes
HERDC Category Description: C1 Refereed Article in a Scholarly Journal
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