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An ordered-probit model was used to assess concerns about the fat content of meats by primary grocery shoppers in Louisiana and southeast Texas. The results suggested that women, married shoppers, or non-Catholics were more likely to have concerns about fat content than men, unmarried shoppers, or Catholics. Price is an important determinant in meat purchasing decisions when fat content is a concern.

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