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Title: Second Generation GM Foods: Perspectives on Likely Future Acceptance by Irish Consumers
Authors: O'Connor, Elaine
Cowan, Cathal
Williams, Gwilym
O'Connell, John
Boland, Maurice
Downey, Gerard
Keywords: GM Foods
Second generation
Consumer Acceptance
Genetically modified
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2005
Publisher: Teagasc
Citation: O'Connor, E., Cowan, C., Williams, G., et al., Second Generation GM Foods: Perspectives on Likely Future Acceptance by Irish Consumers, National Food Centre Research Report No.73, Teagasc, 2005.
Series/Report no.: National Food Centre Research Report;73
End of Project Reports;
Abstract: Two hypothetical second-generation genetically-modified (GM) products, a yogurt and a dairy spread, were evaluated by consumers. Second-generation GM food products offer specific consumer benefits - in the case of this study, health benefits.
Description: End of project report
This research was carried out within the framework of the Teagasc Walsh Fellowship Scheme. This research was funded by Safe Food, The Food Safety Promotion Board.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11019/1008
ISBN: 184170430X
Appears in Collections:REDP End of Project Reports
Food Chemistry & Technology
Food Programme End of Project Reports

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