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The Impact of the Non-added sugar claim on children acceptance towards orange juice enriched with stevia. The importance of parents and children food neophobia

Author
Morillas, X.; Kallas, Z.; Pujola, M.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
XII Congreso de Economía Agraria: la Sostenibilidad Agro-territorial desde la Europa Atlántica
Date of publication
2020
Presentation's date
2020-09-04
Book of congress proceedings
XII Congreso de Economía Agraria: la sostenibilidad agro-territorial desde la Europa Atlántica: Lugo, 4-6 setp. 2019
First page
75
Last page
78
Repository
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Abstract
The impact of nutritional claims and Food Neophobia (FN) trait on consumers’ hedonic evaluation in food products is well documented. However, there is scarce information regarding the relevance of these claims on children acceptance in the beverage. The main objective is to analyse how the non-added sugar claim and the children food Neophobia trait and that of their parents play an important role in the acceptance of orange juice enriched with Stevia. Data was collected using the Children Food...
Citation
Morillas, X.; Kallas, Z.; Pujola, M. The Impact of the Non-added sugar claim on children acceptance towards orange juice enriched with stevia. The importance of parents and children food neophobia. A: Congreso de Economía Agraria. "XII Congreso de Economía Agraria: la Sostenibilidad Agro-territorial desde la Europa Atlántica". 2020, p. 75-78.
Keywords
Assimilation model, Children Food Neophobia, Hedonic evaluation, Orange juice
Group of research
CREDA - Centre for Agrifood Economics and Development
GINEMQUAL - Gestió Integrada de Nematodes Fitoparàsits i dels Efectes sobre el Rendiment i Qualitat de la Collita

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