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Title:Consumer preferences for organic and fair trade chocolate: Implications for sustainable agriculture in the developing world PDF Logo
Authors:Connor, David S.
Mabaya, Edward T.
Issue Date:2006
Series/Report no.:Staff paper, Cornell University, Department of Applied Economics and Management 2006,02
Abstract:This paper examines results of a consumer survey measuring consumer awareness and attitudes concerning two labels, certified organic and certified Fair Trade. These labels provide information about the social, economic and environmental sustainability of the production and marketing practices of goods imported from the developing world. Conjoint analysis is used to measure how consumers value organic and fair trade compared to other attributes like price. Results indicate favorable attitudes and value placed on these the sustainable attributes, and imply a role for these labels to provide incentives for the adoption of more sustainable practices.
Subjects:conjoint analysis
fair trade
organic
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Staff Papers, Dyson School, Cornell University

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