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A Q study on changes in food choices and consumption during the Covid-19 pandemic
Through the application of a Q methodological approach, this study captures consumers' viewpoints on grocery shopping, food preparation, and food consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lockdowns of public life that were implemented along with social distancing guidelines shifted consumption from outside to inside consumers' homes and interrupted consumers' routines. Various changes in consumer behavior occurred, such as hoarding, buying more local food, and preparing meals at home. Sincedoi:10.22004/ag.econ.317055 fatcat:bwguubnknjhwznkvg2u5lnin6a