Összesen 1 találat.


001-es BibID:BIBFORM092007
Első szerző:Szakály Zoltán (agrár-közgazdász)
Cím:Consumer acceptance of genetic-based personalized nutrition in Hungary / Szakály Zoltán, Kovács Bence, Szakály Márk, T. Nagy-Pető Dorka, Popovics Péter, Kiss Marietta
Megjegyzések:Background: Despite the increasing number of personalized nutrition services available on the market, nutrigenomicsbased level of personalization is still the exception rather than a mainstream activity. This can be partly explained by various factors of consumer acceptance of the new technology. While consumer attitudes toward genetic tests aiming to reveal the risks of a predisposition to various illnesses have already been examined by several research studies worldwide; consumer acceptance of nutrigenomics-based personalized nutrition has only been examined by a significantly lower number of papers, especially in the Central and Eastern European region. Objective: The purpose of this paper is to examine consumer acceptance of genetic-based personalized nutrition in Hungary. Therefore a national representative survey was conducted involving 1000 individuals. The starting point of the model used is the assumption that the consumer acceptance of personalized nutrition is influenced by its consumer perceptions, which are affected by psychological processes that, in a more general sense, determine acceptance of food innovations. Results: The results show that 23.5% of respondents accept genetic test based personalized nutrition. Women were found to reject the new technology in a significantly smaller proportion than men. The relationship between other demographic variables (i.e. age groups, education and subjective income level) and the perception of genetic-based personalized nutrition is also significant. Our results indicate that it is perceived cost/benefit that is most strongly related to genetically based personalized dietary preferences, followed by perceived risk and subjective norms. Perceived uncertainty and perceived behavioural control, however, have only a weak relationship with genetic-based personalized dietary preferences. Conclusions: Compared with the magnitude of the effect of socio-demographic criteria, it can be concluded that, on the whole, psychological processes in the individual have a greater influence on the development of preferences for genetic-based personalized nutrition than any socio demographic factor. This also confirms the trend that there are more and more value-added products or value propositions (where a significant part of the value added is to be found in product innovation), for which psychological characteristics are/should be given more emphasis among the segmentation criteria.
Tárgyszavak:Társadalomtudományok Gazdálkodás- és szervezéstudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Genetic testing
Personalized nutrition
Consumer acceptance
Psychological processes
Cost and benefit
Megjelenés:Genes and Nutrition. - 16 : 3 (2021), p. 1-12. -
További szerzők:Kovács Bence (1992-) (közgazdász) Szakály Márk (1993-) (közgazdász) Pető Dorka (1987-) (közgazdász) Popovics Péter András (1978-) (agrárközgazdász) Kiss Marietta (1981-) (közgazdász)
Pályázati támogatás:EFOP-3.6.1-16-2016-00022
Internet cím:Szerző által megadott URL
Intézményi repozitóriumban (DEA) tárolt változat
Rekordok letöltése1