Survey: Food safety becoming Chinese consumers’ top priority

Yang Han, Ph.D. Jingjie Chu, Ph.D. James L. Anderson, Ph.D.

Fresh food purchasing behavior of 1,500-plus consumers finds higher confidence in seafood than produce Survey results show that quality and safety information are important for consumers’ buying choices. Photo byDarryl Jory. Food is basic for human survival, and the economic development and living standards of a society affect consumers’ choices of food. During the “starving period” for…

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  • Yang Han, Ph.D.

    Yang Han, Ph.D.

    Associate Researcher and Deputy Director for Fishery Development Strategy and Researcher Center
    Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences
    Beijing, PRC

  • Jingjie Chu, Ph.D.

    Jingjie Chu, Ph.D.

    Natural Resources Economist
    The World Bank Group
    1818 H Street NW
    Washington, DC 20433 USA


  • James L. Anderson, Ph.D.

    James L. Anderson, Ph.D.

    Institute of Sustainable Food Systems and Professor
    Food and Resources Economics Department
    University of Florida
    Gainesville, Fla. USA