Browsing by Subject "Food labeling"

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  • Savchenko, Olesya M.; Li, Tongzhe; Kecinski, Maik; Messer, Kent D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-09)
    This paper presents results of a field experiment designed to evaluate whether food processing alleviates consumers’ concerns about crops grown with recycled water. Recycled water has emerged as a safe and cost-effective ...
  • Xu, Huidong; Savchenko, Olesya; Kecinski, Maik; Messer, Kent D.; Li, Tongzhe (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-01)
    Recycled water is one potential solution to meeting the growing demand for irrigation water in the U.S. and worldwide. However, widespread adoption of recycled water by agriculture will depend on consumers’ acceptance of ...
  • Ellis, S.F.; Kecinski, M.; Messer, K.D.; Lipchin, C. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-08)
    In the first half of 2018, approximately 31% of the continental United States was experiencing some level of drought, conditions that are predicted to spread as climate change hastens shifts in the global water cycle. ...
  • Savchenko, Olesya M.; Kecinski, Maik; Li, Tongzhe; Messer, Kent D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-09)
    Reclaimed water has been identified as a viable and cost-effective solution to water shortages impacting agricultural production. However, lack of consumer acceptance for foods irrigated with reclaimed water remains one ...
  • Ellis, Sean F.; Savchenko, Olesya M.; Messer, Kent D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-09)
    Reclaimed water is often presented as a cost-effective, reliable, and safe solution to increasingly common water shortages in the United States and across the globe, but studies have shown that consumers tend to object to ...

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