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1. When staying long enough is enough?

Author(s) : Fieger, P.; Prayag, G.; Hall, C. M.; Rice, J.; Gössling, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

2. Factors influencing household pulse consumption in India: a multilevel model analysis.

Pulses (also known as legumes) are important in achieving nutrient adequacy in India due to their quality protein content. This study compared district-level pulse production and consumption across India, and household and district-level determinants of pulse intake, including availability,...

Author(s) : John, A. T.; Sanchit Makkar; Sumathi Swaminathan; Sumedha Minocha; Webb, P.; Kurpad, A. V.; Tinku Thomas

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.29 ref.many

3. Perceived value and its predictive relationship with satisfaction and loyalty in ecotourism: a study in the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park in Spain.

Ecotourism involves visiting natural areas to carry out environmentally friendly activities, contributing to environmental care. The present study aims to: (i) establish the dimensions of the perceived value in ecotourism applied to a natural park, (ii) analyze the dimensions of perceived value...

Author(s) : Carrascosa-López, C.; Carvache-Franco, M.; Carvache-Franco, W.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.14 ref.52

4. Assessment of regional fisheries management organizations efforts toward the precautionary approach and science-based stock management and compliance measures.

The sustainable management of the ocean as a global food source has been prominent in recent debates due to the disproportionate rate of human consumption, depletion of fish stocks and shortcomings in conservation efforts. Criticisms from various sectors on the effectiveness of Regional Fisheries...

Author(s) : Ogawa, M.; Reyes, J. A. L.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.78

5. Customer experience and brand loyalty in the full-service hotel sector: the role of brand affect.

Purpose: This study aims to propose a comprehensive causal model to examine the relationships between customer experience and four key factors in brand building, i.e., brand loyalty, brand trust, brand affect and brand involvement. The dimensionality of customer experience in full-service hotel is...

Author(s) : Guan JingJing; Wang, W.; Guo ZhiGang; Chan JinHooi; Qi XiaoGuang

Publisher : Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 2021 Vol.33 No.5 pp.1620-1645

6. Does employee willingness to take risks affect customer loyalty? A moderated mediation examination of innovative behaviors and decentralization.

Purpose: This study aims to build on the trait activation and interactionist perspective theories to investigate the effect of frontline employees' (FLEs) willingness to take risks on hotel guest loyalty by assessing the mediating role of their innovative behaviors. It also examines whether...

Author(s) : Al-Hawari, M. A.; Bani-Melhem, S.; Shamsudin, F. M.

Publisher : Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 2021 Vol.33 No.5 pp.1746-1767

7. Country-of-origin cues: effects of country-related affect and product association on consumer responses to hospitality firms.

Purpose: This paper aims to investigate the impacts of country-of-origin (COO) cues, country-related affect (CRA) and country-related product associations (CRPA) on consumers' intention to purchase hotel services. Design/methodology/approach: A survey of 305 respondents was conducted. Mediation and ...

Author(s) : Li DongMei; Xie LiShan

Publisher : Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 2021 Vol.33 No.5 pp.1789-1809

8. Recipes for customer loyalty: a cross-country study of the hotel industry.

Purpose: Based on the tenets of complexity theory, the purpose of the study is to identify the causal recipes that can lead to improved customer loyalty. Design/methodology/approachA cross-country sample was drawn from Pakistan, China and Italy to explore customers' hotel experiences. The study...

Author(s) : Latif, K. F.

Publisher : Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 2021 Vol.33 No.5 pp.1892-1916

9. Public understanding of wildlife tourism: defining terms, harms, and benefits.

An online survey of the American public (n = 500) was used to explore perceptions of the effects of tourism on wildlife and definitions of key tourism terms. Results show that the public's assessment of the impacts of tourism are relatively nuanced and reflective of trade-offs discussed in the...

Author(s) : Macdonald, C.; Wester, J.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Journal of Ecotourism 2021 Vol.20 No.2 pp.198-209 ref.40

10. A critical review on intelligent and active packaging in the food industry: research and development.

The emergence of many new food products on the market with need of consumers to constantly monitor their quality until consuming, in addition to the necessity for reducing food corruption during preservation time, have led to the development of some modern packaging technologies such as intelligent ...

Author(s) : Soltani Firouz, M.; Mohi-Alden, K.; Omid, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Research International 2021 Vol.141

11. Animal welfare information affects consumers' hedonic and emotional responses towards milk.

This research aimed to explore the effects of animal welfare information on consumers' hedonic and emotional responses towards milk. Two studies were conducted. For Study 1, participants (N = 101) were asked to fill out a questionnaire on attitudes towards animal welfare, in which a variety of...

Author(s) : Jiang RuiZhi; Chetan Sharma; Bryant, R.; Mohan, M. S.; Al-Marashdeh, O.; Harrison, R.; Torrico, D. D.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Research International 2021 Vol.141

12. Exploring barriers to consuming suboptimal foods: a consumer perspective.

Food suboptimality is one of the major driving factors of food waste at the consumer level. Consumer decision to purchase a suboptimal food strongly depends on the associations raised by the suboptimality. In this context, the aim of the current study was to study the influence of different types...

Author(s) : Giménez, A.; Aschemann-Witzel, J.; Ares, G.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Research International 2021 Vol.141

13. Understanding students' and science educators' eco-labeled food purchase behaviors: extension of theory of planned behavior with self-identity, personal norm, willingness to pay, and eco-label knowledge.

This study aims to understand antecedents of students' and science educators' purchasing behaviors for eco-labeled foods with the extended Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) model including self-identity, personal norm, willingness to pay, and eco-label knowledge in the Turkish context. A web-based...

Author(s) : Ates, H.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Ecology of Food and Nutrition 2021 Vol.60 No.4 pp.454-472 ref.73

14. The impact of the Nutri-Score nutrition label on perceived healthiness and purchase intentions.

Making healthier food choices easier at the time of purchase is a challenge for public policy makers. The Nutri-Score can be an effective tool for guiding and steering consumers toward more informed, healthier purchasing decisions. This research investigates the impact of the presence of the...

Author(s) : Temmerman, J. de; Heeremans, E.; Slabbinck, H.; Vermeir, I.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Appetite 2021 Vol.157

15. Consumers' evaluation and intention to buy traditional seafood: the role of vintage, uniqueness, nostalgia and involvement in luxury.

This study extends the understanding of the relationship between consumer motivation, involvement and evaluation of traditional food products (TFP). One important research issue was to explore whether consumers' perceived uniqueness could be one important quality or value that theoretically and...

Author(s) : Olsen, S. O.; Skallerud, K.; Heide, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Appetite 2021 Vol.157 ref.many

16. Effect of front-of-package nutrition labeling on food purchases: a systematic review.

Objectives: This study systematically reviewed evidence from interventions on the effect of front-of-package (FOP) nutrition labeling on food purchases. Study design: The study design used in this study is a systematic review. Methods: Keyword search was performed in PubMed, Web of Science, Scopus, ...

Author(s) : An, R.; Shi, Y.; Shen, J.; Bullard, T.; Liu, G.; Yang, Q.; Chen, N.; Cao, L.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Public Health 2021 Vol.191 pp.59-67

17. The impact of service quality and customer satisfaction on consumer spending in wineries.

The purpose of the study is to examine the key attributes of winery service quality that affect winery visitors' satisfaction. The study also investigates the key factors that affect winery visitors' spending at a winery. Data are obtained from a survey of winery visitors about their evaluation of...

Author(s) : Lee Kyuho; Madanoglu, M.; Ha Inhyuck; Fritz, A.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Service Industries Journal 2021 Vol.41 No.3/4 pp.248-260 ref.53

18. Protect for affinity? The role of destination brand engagement in forming environmentally responsible tourist behaviours.

Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) is employed as a conceptual foundation for the current research on environmentally responsible tourist behaviours (ERTB) in an Asian context. Extension of the TPB model has been suggested, given the limited capacity of attitude, subjective norms, and behavioural...

Author(s) : Saleem, M. A.; Li Jing; Hannan Afzal

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Journal of Sustainable Tourism 2021 Vol.29 No.8 pp.1344-1364 ref.83

19. How sincere is an apology? Recovery satisfaction in a robot service failure context.

This study examined the effects of service recovery entities (i.e., robot-generated text, robot-generated voice, and human service employee) on recovery satisfaction through the mediation of perceived sincerity. This study also tested the moderating role of the need for human interaction. The...

Author(s) : Hu YaOu; Min HyounAe; Su Na

Publisher : Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research 2021 Vol.45 No.6 pp.1022-1043 ref.many

20. Investigation on the effect of two fat metabolism related pathways on intramuscular fat content in pigs.

Intramuscular fat (IMF) content has become an important determinant of meat quality for raisers and consumers in modern society. The objective of this work was to investigate the roles of the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR) and fatty acid metabolism signaling pathways in...

Author(s) : Yao ChaoGang; Pang DaXin; Lu Chao; Xu AiShi; Huang PeiXuan; Ouyang HongSheng; Yu Hao

Publisher : Zoological Society of Pakistan, Lahore, Pakistan

Journal article : Pakistan Journal of Zoology 2021 Vol.53 No.4 pp.1353-1366 ref.45

21. How important is healthiness, carbon footprint and meat content when purchasing a ready meal? Evidence from a non-hypothetical discrete choice experiment.

Recent high-level reports state the population should decrease meat consumption to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, as well as improve public health. This calls for new strategies to change dietary habits, especially as many consumers are reluctant to eat less meat. This study tests the...

Author(s) : Macdiarmid, J. I.; Cerroni, S.; Kalentakis, D.; Reynolds, C.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Cleaner Production 2021 Vol.282

22. Determining appropriate interventions to mainstream nutritious orphan crops into African food systems.

Nutritious 'orphan' crops could (re)diversify African food systems, but appropriate means to bring this about are required. A review of the literature on crop intervention options suggested success and failure factors in promotion, but indicated little about the relative importance of...

Author(s) : McMullin, S.; Stadlmayr, B.; Mausch, K.; Revoredo-Giha, C.; Burnett, F.; Guarino, L.; Brouwer, I. D.; Jamnadass, R.; Graudal, L.; Powell, W.; Dawson, I. K.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.28 ref.many

23. Unraveling heterogeneity of consumers' food choice: implications for nutrition interventions in eastern India.

Understanding heterogeneity of consumers' food choice is critical in formulating tailored nutrition interventions. To illustrate this, we survey urban and rural consumers from low- and middle-income households in eastern India to unravel five sources of heterogeneity (5 Ws) in gastronomic systems...

Author(s) : Custodio, M. C.; Ynion, J.; Samaddar, A.; Cuevas, R. P.; Mohanty, S. K.; Anindita Ray; Demont, M.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.28 ref.many

24. Urban agriculture may change food consumption towards low carbon diets.

The mitigation of greenhouse gases in the agri-food sector depends on production and consumption patterns. This study focuses on the impact of urban gardening activities on food consumption and the carbon footprint. Changes in the food habits of citizens involved in urban agriculture activities in...

Author(s) : Puigdueta, I.; Aguilera, E.; Cruz, J. L.; Iglesias, A.; Sanz-Cobena, A.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.28 ref.many

25. Impact of COVID-19 on the Indian agricultural system: a 10-point strategy for post-pandemic recovery.

COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the Indian agricultural system extensively. Nevertheless, the recent quarterly GDP estimates post-COVID scenario showcase robustness and resilience in Indian agriculture, the only sector to register a positive growth of 3.4% during the financial year (FY here after)...

Author(s) : Cariappa, A. G. A.; Acharya, K. K.; Adhav, C. A.; Sendhil, R.; Ramasundaram, P.

Publisher : Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : Outlook on Agriculture 2021 Vol.50 No.1 pp.26-33 ref.34