Religion, religiosity, lifestyles and food consumption

Amir Heiman, David R Just, Bruce McWilliams, David Zilberman

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This paper is based on data from Israel showing that beliefs, lifestyle and ability to cook Ê affect food consumption patterns. The intensity of belief is especially important, and more devout followers Ê
present unique market opportunities. Time-constrained consumers will pay for extra convenience. Ê
Food marketers should know their consumers’ beliefs and constraints.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)9-11
Number of pages3
JournalAgricultural and Resource Economics Update
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2004


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