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ICONTECH INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
In the current study, food and meat shopping/online shopping behavior of Turkish adults were investigated and analyzed comprehensively, during COVID-19 pandemic. For that purpose, a survey with 19 questions was administered with the attendance of 494 people from Turkey. According to the findings, 42.8% of the participants did online shopping for food and 28.5% of them bought meat and meat products online, before the COVID-19 pandemic. These figures rose to 44.7% and 44.32%, respectively, afterdoi:10.46291/icontechvol4iss3pp65-79 fatcat:k6xqo6ahv5fqfd7ryzx7g7qkpu