Consumer Willingness to Pay a Premium for Halal Goat Meat: A Case from Atlanta, Georgia

The growth in goat meat demand is attributed to the influx of immigrants from goat-meat-eating countries into the U.S. This Paper examines the willingness to pay a premium for halal goat meat. The factors that significantly impact the willingness to pay a premium for halal goat meat in Atlanta include income, current consumption, household size, and marital status. Results suggest that the mean willingness to pay a premium for the halal attribute is 50 cents per pound of goat meat.


Issue Date:
2011-03
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/139299
Published in:
Journal of Food Distribution Research, Volume 42, Number 1
Page range:
72-76
Total Pages:
5




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