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Consumer research on new breeding techniques

cows

New research from the Food Values Research Group provides insight into Australian and New Zealand consumers' attitudes towards the use of new breeding techniques in food production.

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The Future of Agricultural Technologies

The Australian Council of Learned Academies (ACOLA) has released its report on The Future of Agricultural Technologies.

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March and April seminars cancelled

COVID-19

Due to attendee concerns and uncertainty about COVID-19, the FVRG seminars for March and April regretfully will not be going ahead.

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End of year 2019

Nikki

Thank you to everybody who came along to our final event of the year, where Nikki Dumbrell, from the Centre for Global Food and Resources at the University of Adelaide, gave us a wonderful introduction to her research looking at the social licence concept through an economic lens.

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Seminar - August 2019

food

How Flexible are Flexitarians? Consumer Segmentation Based on Meat Consumption Frequency and Willingness to Make Further Changes to Protein Consumption

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June FVRG seminar on Austrian organic farmers as health promoters

Rebecca

Mid last month, the Food Values Research group was pleased to host Rebecca Paxton, a doctoral candidate from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna.

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Seminar - June 2019

organicfood

Austrian Organic Farmers as Health Promoters

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Podcast featuring FVRG Meat Paradox Study

Last year, members of the Food Values Research Group team published a wonderful article exploring the "Meat Paradox," a term coined to describe the apparent disconnection between people not wanting animals to suffer, yet killing them for food.

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Seminar - February 2019

Appropriation and Reclamation of the Kakadu Plum

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