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Blog: who pays for organic products?

01 June 2018

Our third blog is all about sustainable food, a theme that is quickly gaining ground in society. Associate-professor Jenny van Doorn and professor Peter Verhoef investigated what the characteristics are of people that buy organic food: are they young/old, man/woman, families/single households? Read about their research and findings in our blog!

Jenny van Doorn is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Groningen, and Peter Verhoef is a professor and Director of the University of Groningen Business School
Jenny van Doorn is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Groningen, and Peter Verhoef is a professor and Director of the University of Groningen Business School
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