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Aschemann-Witzel
Aarhus University, MAPP Centre, Department of Management
Verified email at mgmt.au.dk
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Consumer-related food waste: Causes and potential for action
J Aschemann-Witzel, I De Hooge, P Amani, T Bech-Larsen, M Oostindjer
Sustainability 7 (6), 6457-6477, 2015
7062015
Making sense of the “clean label” trends: A review of consumer food choice behavior and discussion of industry implications
D Asioli, J Aschemann-Witzel, V Caputo, R Vecchio, A Annunziata, T NŠs, ...
Food Research International 99, 58-71, 2017
6412017
Can't buy me green? A review of consumer perceptions of and behavior toward the price of organic food
J Aschemann‐Witzel, S Zielke
Journal of Consumer Affairs 51 (1), 211-251, 2017
3782017
Policies to promote healthy eating in Europe: a structured review of policies and their effectiveness
S Capacci, M Mazzocchi, B Shankar, J Brambila Macias, W Verbeke, ...
Nutrition reviews 70 (3), 188-200, 2012
3752012
This apple is too ugly for me!: Consumer preferences for suboptimal food products in the supermarket and at home
IE De Hooge, M Oostindjer, J Aschemann-Witzel, A Normann, SM Loose, ...
Food Quality and Preference 56, 80-92, 2017
2762017
Key characteristics and success factors of supply chain initiatives tackling consumer-related food waste–A multiple case study
J Aschemann-Witzel, IE De Hooge, H Rohm, A Normann, MB Bossle, ...
Journal of cleaner production 155, 33-45, 2017
2162017
Elaborating on the attitude–behaviour gap regarding organic products: young D anish consumers and in‐store food choice
J Aschemann‐Witzel, EM Niebuhr Aagaard
International Journal of Consumer Studies 38 (5), 550-558, 2014
1992014
Effects of nutrition label format and product assortment on the healthfulness of food choice
J Aschemann-Witzel, KG Grunert, HCM van Trijp, S Bialkova, MM Raats, ...
Appetite 71, 63-74, 2013
1962013
Effects of nutrition label format and product assortment on the healthfulness of food choice
J Aschemann-Witzel, KG Grunert, HCM van Trijp, S Bialkova, MM Raats, ...
Appetite 71, 63-74, 2013
1962013
Processing-and product-related causes for food waste and implications for the food supply chain
N Raak, C Symmank, S Zahn, J Aschemann-Witzel, H Rohm
Waste management 61, 461-472, 2017
1902017
Consumer behaviour towards price-reduced suboptimal foods in the supermarket and the relation to food waste in households
J Aschemann-Witzel, JH Jensen, MH Jensen, V Kulikovskaja
Appetite 116, 246-258, 2017
1862017
Plant-based food and protein trend from a business perspective: markets, consumers, and the challenges and opportunities in the future
J Aschemann-Witzel, RF Gantriis, P Fraga, FJA Perez-Cueto
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 61 (18), 3119-3128, 2021
1672021
Are school meals a viable and sustainable tool to improve the healthiness and sustainability of children┤ s diet and food consumption? A cross-national comparative perspective
M Oostindjer, J Aschemann-Witzel, Q Wang, SE Skuland, B Egelandsdal, ...
Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 57 (18), 3942-3958, 2017
1632017
Are organic consumers preferring or avoiding foods with nutrition and health claims?
J Aschemann-Witzel, N Maroscheck, U Hamm
Food Quality and Preference 30 (1), 68-76, 2013
1562013
How important is country-of-origin for organic food consumers? A review of the literature and suggestions for future research
J Th°gersen, S Pedersen, M Paternoga, E Schwendel, ...
British Food Journal, 2017
1542017
Consumer-related food waste: Role of food marketing and retailers and potential for action
J Aschemann-Witzel, I De Hooge, A Normann
Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing 28 (3), 271-285, 2016
1402016
Consumers’ categorization of food ingredients: Do consumers perceive them as ‘clean label’producers expect? An exploration with projective mapping
J Aschemann-Witzel, P Varela, AO Peschel
Food Quality and Preference 71, 117-128, 2019
1382019
Do consumers prefer foods with nutrition and health claims? Results of a purchase simulation
J Aschemann-Witzel, U Hamm
Journal of Marketing Communications 16 (1-2), 47-58, 2010
1132010
Does front-of-pack nutrition information improve consumer ability to make healthful choices? Performance of warnings and the traffic light system in a simulated shopping experiment
L MachÝn, J Aschemann-Witzel, MR Curutchet, A GimÚnez, G Ares
Appetite 121, 55-62, 2018
1052018
Comparative performance of three interpretative front-of-pack nutrition labelling schemes: Insights for policy making
G Ares, F Varela, L Machin, L Ant˙nez, A GimÚnez, MR Curutchet, ...
Food quality and preference 68, 215-225, 2018
1012018
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