New peer reviewed research, “Low-Income Shoppers and Fruit and Vegetables: What Do They Think?” published in Nutrition Today, shows fear-based messaging tactics used by activist groups and some organic marketers that invoke safety concerns about non-organic produce may be having a negative impact on produce consumption—fruits and veggies—among low-income consumers, according to the Alliance for Food and Farming.
Fear-Based Messaging Reduces Produce Consumption–Both Organic and Conventional
11/29/2016 11:00:00 PM
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