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Based on the knowledge-deficit model, this study proposes a relationship between consumer competence in purchasing foods and perceptions of the safety of imported and domestic foods. This study also examines how perceptions of the safety of imported and domestic foods affect satisfaction with food-related consumer policy and satisfaction with food-related life. Using data from the "2019 Consumer Behavior Survey for Food," which has been conducted every year since 2013 by the Korea Ruraldoi:10.3390/foods9081103 pmid:32806548 fatcat:gztngskeprhsdhqurtb37cqekq