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Title: ONLINE SPECIALTY FOOD CONSUMERS IN 2000: WHO THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY BUY
Authors: White, George K.
Issue Date: 2001-07
Abstract: This report is the result of the fourth in a series of surveys describing the population of Internet users who visit food and drink sites online. It examines their demographic characteristics and online shopping activity and identifies subsets of this population that have made more frequent online transactions. Approximately 26 percent of respondents reported making an average of 4.4 specialty food or beverage purchases online in the previous six months. Nearly 25 percent of respondentsÂ’' most recent purchases were made from 7 companies. An additional ten companies accounted for 15 percent of their most recent purchases. The remaining 60 percent of purchases were distributed among 602 other companies.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/27820
Institution/Association: Journal of Food Distribution Research>Volume 32, Number 02, July 2001
Total Pages: 14
Language: English
From Page: 39
To Page: 52
Collections:Volume 32, Number 2, July 2001

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