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000030801 245__ $$aMARKET DEMANDS FOR BAGGED, REFRIGERATED SALADS
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000030801 520__ $$aSales of newly introduced bagged, refrigerated salads grew at over 50% annually, during 1994-95. Consumption of bagged salads displayed marked seasonality despite year-round availability and uniform quality at more stable prices than head lettuce. Using scanner data from 44 areas, a single-equation demand model incorporating the effects of weather on seasonal consumption is estimated. Statistical tests of aggregation indicate that weather-induced seasonality varies significantly across areas, as do own- and cross- price elasticities. Econometric results suggest more seasonality in eating by people living in more northern latitudes, a pattern also observed by psychiatrists studying eating disorders.
000030801 650__ $$aFood Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety
000030801 700__ $$aThompson, Gary D.
000030801 700__ $$aWilson, Paul N.
000030801 773__ $$dDecember 1999$$jVolume 24$$kNumber 2$$o481$$q463$$tJournal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
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