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The current study aims to explore consumer attitudes and preferences towards alternative food distribution channels focusing mainly on fresh fruits and vegetables. Consumer behavior towards alternative channels and various factors affecting purchasing decision are investigated and recorded, demonstrating the value of alternative channels in distributing agro-food products. Results manifest alternative channels are trusted by the consumers and they can be expanded particularly for fresh fruits and vegetables.
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