Characterising wild meat consumers in Vietnam
In early 2019, Alegria Olmedo travelled to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to conduct research on the consumption of meat from wild animals in local restaurants. She shortlisted a few restaurants where this consumption took place and had the opportunity to visit some of them. In this post she describes one such visit. Alegria Olmedo and colleagues’ research ‘Who eats wild meat? Profiling consumers in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam‘ and plain language summary ‘Audience segmentation of wild meat consumers in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam‘ are available online now.
Olmedo, A. Characterising wild meat consumers in Vietnam. Relational Thinking, People and Nature, 21 April 2021, https://relationalthinkingblog.com/2021/04/21/characterising-wild-meat-consumers-in-vietnam. Publications, Research.
Published: Apr 2021 | Categories: Opinions
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