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- Amfo, Bismark, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- International journal of vegetable science 2019 v.25 no.1 pp. 95-107
- agrochemicals; certification; contingent valuation; households; markets; prices; risk; surveys; vegetable growing; vegetables; wastewater irrigation; willingness to pay; Ghana
- ... Vegetable production in urban and peri-urban areas involves use of wastewater for irrigation and agrochemicals, which pose risks to consumers’ health. To some degree, certification assures consumers of food safety. Certification is costly, requiring consumers to, at least partially, bear the cost. Consumer willingness to pay for certified vegetables was examined in Tamale, Ghana, based on a survey ...