STUDY ON THE MEAT CONSUMER BEHAVIOR IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE COUNTRY

GENOVEVA BUZAMĂT, E. GRIGOROIU, ELENA TONEA

Abstract


In this study, we performed a quantitative research on the consumption of meat and meat products on individuals from the counties Timis, Caras-Severin and Arad. The work instrument was represented by the anonymous questionnaire with simple and multiple-answer variants, consisted of 13 questions. At the end of this questionnaire, we may find questions related to the investigated person status, age, sex, origin environment, education, income, family. The sample on which the research was performed was consisted of 425 individuals. The objectives of this research are: evaluation of the frequency of meat and meat products consumption, evaluation of meat quantity consumed per capita, evaluation of consumers’ preferences for meat types and products, identification of the place where consumers purchase meat and meat products from, identification of some correlations between meat consumption and consumer’s income level, education and age.


Keywords


behavior; consumer; meat

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LUCRARI STIINTIFICE ZOOTEHNIE SI BIOTEHNOLOGII (SCIENTIFIC PAPERS ANIMAL SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES)

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