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Get some respect - buy organic foods! When everyday consumer choices serve as prosocial status signaling
Status considerations have recently been linked to prosocial behaviors. This research shows that even everyday consumer behaviors such as favoring organic foods serve as prosocial status signaling. Key ideas from the ...
Disgusting or delicious? Examining attitudinal ambivalence towards entomophagy among Danish consumers
Current meat consumption habits will need to change, especially those of Western consumers. The level of meat consumption is unsustainable, and a recent study estimates a necessary reduction of 90% of the current intake. ...
Gamified package : consumer insights into multidimensional brand engagement
Although most gamification studies share the idea that customer engagement is one of the expected outcomes of gamification, they tend to treat engagement one-dimensionally as a psychological outcome of gamification. The ...
Hear what I appreciate : activation of consumption motives for healthier food choices across different value segments
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-12-04)
This study represents ‘nudging’ interventions aiming to promote healthier food choices by altering the environment where choices are made, without price incentives. The study focuses on the activation of a consumer’s ...
Interested in eating and drinking? How food affects travel satisfaction and the overall holiday experience
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-08-17)
This study addresses the question of how an inherent interest in food affects consumers as travellers. This is done by focusing on food interest as an antecedent and uncovering the effects of such an interest on travel ...
A destination's gastronomy as a means for holiday well-being
Purpose - To provide insights into holiday well-being, the purpose of this paper is to examine two inevitable traveller activities related to destinations’ gastronomy: pre-trip food information sourcing and the daily meals ...
A values-beliefs-attitude model of local food consumption : an empirical study in China and Denmark
Consumers’ and policy makers’ interest in local foods is growing. Accordingly, researchers are also increasingly paying attention to the consumption of local foods. Studies have identified preference for local foods as an ...
Managing the transformation of the global commons into luxuries for all
In less than a century, mass industrialization and consumption have altered the Earth’s ecosystem and its resources. The elementary resources of the global commons—namely, air, water, and land—have been depleted, and human ...
Destination foodscape : a stage for travelers' food experience
This study elaborates on the foodscape construct and explores it within tourism. The study contributes to the literature by introducing destination foodscape and presenting a novel framework for understanding a destination's ...