The Maine Food Strategy 2014 Consumer Survey Report

Abstract: 

The Maine Food Strategy, in conjunction with the University of Southern Maine's Muskie School of Public Service, has released the 2014 Consumer Survey Report depicting Mainer's purchasing habits, "Maine" as a brand choice, local food and seafood purchasing budgets, and data on food self-provisioning (gardening, hunting, fishing and gathering food in the wild).

The report is authored by Dr. Mark Lapping of the USM Muskie School, with support from Al Leighton of the Survey Research Center, Prashant Mittal of the Muskie School, and Tanya Swain of the Maine Food Strategy.

If you are interested in reading the full survey which informed this report, please contact mfs@mainefoodstrategy.org or call 207-228-8594.

Suggested Citation: Lapping M, Maine Food Strategy. The Maine Food Strategy 2014 Consumer Survey Report. Portland, ME: Maine Food Strategy; May, 2014.

Publication Type: 
Report
Publish Date: 
May 1, 2014
URL: 
http://mainefoodplan.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/maine-food-strategys-consumer-survey-report.pdf

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