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Food Retailing and Young New Zealand Adults: The Case of Moderated Chinese Food

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Hoy, VS and Simpson, L and Yang, L and Guthrie, J and Fam, K-S, Food Retailing and Young New Zealand Adults: The Case of Moderated Chinese Food, International Journal of Excellence in Tourism, Hospitality and Catering, 1, (1) pp. 1-14. ISSN 1993-8683 (2007) [Refereed Article]


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Abstract

There is a substantial amount of moderated Chinese food in New Zealand. Moderated Chinese food is defined as food that is not authentic Chinese food but is perceived as being authentic. This study looks at the attitudes and perceptions of three ethnic groups, New Zealand Europeans, New Zealand Chinese and overseas Chinese towards moderated Chinese food. The three groups were investigated to see whether there were significant differences in their views towards moderated Chinese food. A significant difference was found in terms of the groupsí views towards the food being moderated Chinese food. The implications of this research are that moderated Chinese food is being produced and sold to three different segments of people. The food industry needs to address this issue to be able to grow the segment for moderated food in New Zealand.

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Item Type:Refereed Article
Keywords:Chinese food, culture values, perception, young adults, New Zealand
Research Division:Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
Research Group:Marketing
Research Field:Marketing not elsewhere classified
Objective Division:Economic Framework
Objective Group:Management and Productivity
Objective Field:Marketing
Author:Yang, L (Dr Lin Yang)
ID Code:124124
Year Published:2007
Deposited By:Tasmanian School of Business and Economics
Deposited On:2018-02-08
Last Modified:2018-05-14
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