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Consumers’ Sensorical Product Evaluation and Perception

Author:
Vukasović, Tina
Source:
Journal of food products marketing 2016 v.22 no.8 pp. 863-871
ISSN:
1540-4102
Subject:
analysis of variance, consumer attitudes, data collection, marketing, meat, models, product evaluation, sensory evaluation
Abstract:
The aim of the research was to determine consumer perceptions of meat products regarding their origin and the potential impact of their origin on the sensory evaluation of other meat properties. Data were collected during the experiment. By testing the correlation model with multiple analyses of variance for repeated measures, it was determined that there was a statistically significant correlation between the factors. The important contribution of the research is the surveyed issue and the approach to researching the impact of product origin on scientific field of marketing and field of consumer behavior. The research represents a deeper investigation of impact of country-of-origin (COO) on consumer perceptions. An integrated approach to the research of the impact of meat origin was chosen to form interlinks between meat origin and its other sensorical properties.
Agid:
5592873