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Consumers' confidence, reflections and response strategies following the horsemeat incident

(2016) FOOD CONTROL. 59. p.721-730
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Integrity, FOOD RISK-MANAGEMENT, Horsemeat, Consumer, Confidence, Processed, Adulteration, REDUCTION STRATEGIES, PERCEIVED RISK, MEAT QUALITY, BEEF, SAFETY, INFORMATION, PERCEPTIONS, UNCERTAINTY, CHOICE

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MLA
Barnett, J et al. “Consumers’ Confidence, Reflections and Response Strategies Following the Horsemeat Incident.” FOOD CONTROL 59 (2016): 721–730. Print.
APA
Barnett, J., Begen, F., Howes, S., Regan, A., McConnon, A., Marcu, A., Rowntree, S., et al. (2016). Consumers’ confidence, reflections and response strategies following the horsemeat incident. FOOD CONTROL, 59, 721–730.
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Barnett, J, F Begen, S Howes, A Regan, A McConnon, A Marcu, S Rowntree, and Wim Verbeke. 2016. “Consumers’ Confidence, Reflections and Response Strategies Following the Horsemeat Incident.” Food Control 59: 721–730.
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Barnett, J, F Begen, S Howes, A Regan, A McConnon, A Marcu, S Rowntree, and Wim Verbeke. 2016. “Consumers’ Confidence, Reflections and Response Strategies Following the Horsemeat Incident.” Food Control 59: 721–730.
Vancouver
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Barnett J, Begen F, Howes S, Regan A, McConnon A, Marcu A, et al. Consumers’ confidence, reflections and response strategies following the horsemeat incident. FOOD CONTROL. 2016;59:721–30.
IEEE
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J. Barnett et al., “Consumers’ confidence, reflections and response strategies following the horsemeat incident,” FOOD CONTROL, vol. 59, pp. 721–730, 2016.
@article{7007504,
  author       = {Barnett, J and Begen, F and Howes, S and Regan, A and McConnon, A and Marcu, A and Rowntree, S and Verbeke, Wim},
  issn         = {0956-7135},
  journal      = {FOOD CONTROL},
  keywords     = {Integrity,FOOD RISK-MANAGEMENT,Horsemeat,Consumer,Confidence,Processed,Adulteration,REDUCTION STRATEGIES,PERCEIVED RISK,MEAT QUALITY,BEEF,SAFETY,INFORMATION,PERCEPTIONS,UNCERTAINTY,CHOICE},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {721--730},
  title        = {Consumers' confidence, reflections and response strategies following the horsemeat incident},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodcont.2015.06.021},
  volume       = {59},
  year         = {2016},
}

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