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Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Autumn (November)

 

UNDERSTANDING AND USE OF FOOD LABELING IN HUNGARY


Zsuzsanna Deak

Abstract

This research paper is looking at four studies conducted in Hungary within the last ten years all addressing food labeling. They provide some interesting insights into the issues of food labeling, point out some commonalities and some major variances where additional research is warranted.


Keywords

Keywords: Food Labeling, consumer behavior, surveys, Hungary,


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