A new publication titled "Consumers’ perceptions of animal husbandry practices and their heterogeneous needs for information – insights from a cross-country cluster analysis" by Corinna Hempel, Megan Waldrop, and Jutta Roosen has just been published in the IFAMR. This research reveals how the distance between consumers and producers is related to consumers’ perceptions of animal welfare and elaborate on the role of knowledge, information, and product labels. The paper analyzes data from Austria, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Sweden. Want to find out more? Have a look here.
New publication! Consumers’ perceptions of animal husbandry practices