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Who regulates food? Australians' perceptions of responsibility for food safety
(CSIRO Publishing, 2010)
Food scares have diminished trust in public institutions to guarantee food safety. Food governance after the food scare era is concerned with institutional independence and transparency leading to a hybrid of public and ...
In the interest of food safety: a qualitative study investigating communication and trust between food regulators and food industry in the UK, Australia and New Zealand
(BioMed Central, 2017-02-13)
Background Food regulatory bodies play an important role in public health, and in reducing the costs of food borne illness that are absorbed by both industry and government. Regulation in the food industry involves a ...
What are the important issues around food safety and nutrition? Findings from a media analysis and qualitative study of consumer trust
(Australasian Medical Journal, 2010)
Confusion about, and rejection of, media messages about healthy eating have the potential to contribute to the development of chronic illness through a failure to adopt lifestyle changes. Furthermore, it may inhibit the ...
Fruit and vegetable consumption – the influence of aspects associated with trust in food and safety and quality of food
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
This study aims to profile adults who eat less than the recommended servings of fruit and vegetables per day. One thousand one hundred and eight interviews were conducted with respondents (49·3 % males) whose mean age was ...
Trust in the Australian food supply: innocent until proven guilty
(Taylor and Francis, 2012-03-26)
International research demonstrates diminishing trust in the food supply associated with food scares which undermine trust in expert advice. Even though Australia has not experienced major food scares, there is evidence ...
Comparative examination of trust during times of a food scandal in Europe and Australia
(Scientific & Academic Publishing, 2012)
This study compared public confidence in truth-telling by food chain actors in selected EU countries where there have been a number of food safety problems, with consumers in Australia where there have been fewer food ...