The stability and instability of organic expenditures in Denmark, Great Britain, and Italy
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This article concerns demand for organic foods in 3 European countries: Denmark, Great Britain, and Italy. Based on extensive sets of household panel data we categorize households into 4 groups according to their levels of organic consumption. Importance of sociodemographics is estimated by applying multinomial logit models. In all 3 countries a high organic consumption is mainly found among the more well-situated households in urban areas. Although the relative size of the user groups is fairly stable over time, we find variation in the organic consumption of individual households.
|Journal||Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|