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Second Generation GM Foods: Perspectives on Likely Future Acceptance by Irish Consumers

By Elaine O'Connor, Cathal Cowan, Gwilym Williams, John O'Connell, Maurice Boland and Gerard Downey

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.End of project reportThis 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.Teagasc Walsh Fellowship ProgrammeSafefoo

Topics: GM Foods, Second generation, Ireland, Consumer Acceptance, Genetically modified
Publisher: Teagasc
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:t-stor.teagasc.ie:11019/1008
Provided by: T-Stór

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