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Increasing consumers' attention capture and food choice through bottom-up effects.

To guide consumers in their decision process, especially food products often carry labels indicating production method or nutritional content. However, past research shows that many labels are rarely attended to in the consumer's decision process. In order to enhance the effectiveness of such labels and to increase choice likelihood of labeled products, the label must capture attention. We address the question of how a single label on the product packaging can capture attention through bottom-up effects and...


The interplay of past consumption, attitudes and personal norms in organic food buying.

Our society has been marked by mounting discourses on the necessity of sustainable and environmentally friendly food consumption, as sustainability problems regarding food systems will likely become more severe in the future. Hence, calls have been made for more research on consumer behavior with respect to organic food consumption. Using a survey of 462 adults in a European Union country, this study investigates the role of past behavior in determining several consequences in the context of organic food co...

Anxiety increases visual attention to hedonic foods: A preliminary eye-tracking study on the impact of the interplay between integral and incidental affect on foods.

Two types of affect influence consumers' attention: incidental affect unrelated to a particular perception or judgment and integral affect directly related to the particular options under consideration. Although integral and incidental affect likely coexist on a regular basis, the claim that both concurrently guide consumers' attention has thus far received little attention. To fill this gap, the present study investigated the effects of the interplay of integral and incidental affect on the visual processi...


European Union food quality schemes and the transformation of traditional foods into European products in Latvia and Estonia.

The aim of this qualitative case study is to examine how two post-socialist nation-states-Latvia and Estonia-have appropriated and implemented the European Union (EU) food quality schemes in order to protect traditional food products. Relying on documents, interviews and observations, the focus is on analysing the process of applying for Traditional Speciality Guaranteed (TSG) and EU quality labels such as Protected Geographical Indication (PGI). The results demonstrate that in both countries, these EU qual...

Learning Latent Stable Patterns for Image Understanding With Weak and Noisy Labels.

This paper focuses on weakly supervised image understanding, in which the semantic labels are available only at image-level, without the specific object or scene location in an image. Existing algorithms implicitly assume that image-level labels are error-free, which might be too restrictive. In practice, image labels obtained from the pretrained predictors are easily contaminated. To solve this problem, we propose a novel algorithm for weakly supervised segmentation when only noisy image labels are availab...

Urban organic community gardening to promote environmental sustainability practices and increase fruit, vegetables and organic food consumption.

To describe the environmental practices of participants in an urban organic community garden at the beginning of their gardening experience and after a period of six months, and to discover their opinion about how this activity influenced the consumption of vegetables, fruits and organic food.

Cage Encapsulated Gold Nanoparticles as Heterogeneous Photocatalyst for Facile and Selective Reduction of Nitroarenes to Azo compounds.

A discrete nanoscopic organic cage (OC1R) has been synthesized from a phenothiazine based trialdehyde treating with chiral 1,2-cyclohexanediamine building block via dynamic imine bond formation followed by reductive amination. The cage compound has been characterized by several spectroscopic methods which advocate that OC1R has trigonal pris-matic shape formed via [2+3] self-assembled imine condensation followed by imine reduction. This newly designed cage has aromatic walls and porous interior decorated wi...

Naphthocage: A Flexible yet Extremely Strong Binder for Singly Charged Organic Cations.

We report a quite flexible naphthol-based cage (so-called "naphthocage") which adopts a self-inclusion conformation in its free state and is able to bind singly charged organic cations extremely strongly (Ka > 107 M-1). Ion-selective electrodes prepared with this naphtocage show a super-Nernstian response to acetylcholine. In addition, the highly stable complex (1010 M-1) between ferrocenium and the naphthocage can be switched elec-trochemically, which lays a basis for its application in stimuli-responsive ...

Towards large scale automated cage monitoring - Diurnal rhythm and impact of interventions on in-cage activity of C57BL/6J mice recorded 24/7 with a non-disrupting capacitive-based technique.

Automated recording of laboratory animal's home cage behavior is receiving increasing attention since such non-intruding surveillance will aid in the unbiased understanding of animal cage behavior potentially improving animal experimental reproducibility.

Gold-Clip-Assisted Self-Assembly and Proton-Coupled Expansion-Contraction of a Cofacial FeIII-Porphyrin Cage.

A molecular cage {Au8(μ-PAnP)4[Fe(H2O)2(TPyP)]2(OTf)2}(OTf)8 (1) composed of two cofacial Fe(III)-porphyrin can be self-assembled from the gold clip [Au2(PAnP)Cl2] and Fe3+(H2O)2(TPyP)+ (PAnP = 9,10-bis(diphenylphosphino)anthracene, TPyP = meso-tetra(4-pyridyl)porphyrinato). The height of the cage is 8.579(3) Å. Addition of a base to a solution of the cage leads to a contracted and twisted cage {[Au8(μ-PAnP)4[Fe2(μ-O)(TPyP)2]}(OTf)8 (2) which has a height of ~4.4 Å and porphyrin-porphyrin torsional ang...

A comparison of long-term outcomes of nanohydroxyapatite/polyamide-66 cage and titanium mesh cage in anterior cervical corpectomy and fusion: A clinical follow-up study of least 8 years.

The nanohydroxyapatite/polyamide-66 (n-HA/PA66) cage is a novel biomimetic nonmetal cage device that is now used in some medical centers, while the titanium mesh cage (TMC) is a typical metal cage device that has been widely used for decades. This study was performed to compare the long-term outcomes of these two different cages in patients undergoing anterior cervical corpectomy.

Microbial community composition of sediments influenced by intensive mariculture activity.

Marine aquaculture is a major industry that supports the economy in many countries, including the Philippines. However, excess feeds and fish waste generated by mariculture activities contribute an immense nutrient load to the environment that can affect the underlying sediment. To better understand these impacts, we compared the physicochemical characteristics and microbial community composition of sediments taken at a fish cage and an off cage site in Bolinao, Philippines. Sediments and pore water at the ...

Consumers' evaluation of imported organic food products: The role of geographical distance.

Country-of-origin (COO) effects and consumer evaluation of organic food products are rarely studied in combination. The aim of this study was therefore to investigate organic consumers' preferences for imported organic food products from different origins and the underlying reasons for these preferences, including how consumers' COO preferences depend on the geographical distance to the COO. We employed a multi-method, qualitative approach consisting of in-store interviews (N = 255) and focus groups (si...

CuL metal-organic cages for A-coupling reactions: reversible coordination interaction triggered homogeneous catalysis and heterogeneous recovery.

The reported Cu(ii) metal-organic cage (Cu3L2, 1) can be a highly active reusable catalyst to homogeneously catalyze the A3-coupling reaction in CHCl3 and can be heterogeneously recovered by simply adding 1,4-dioxane via formation of the insoluble metal-organic framework (Cu3L2(1,4-dioxane)1.5, 2).

The distributional impact of a green payment policy for organic fruit.

Consumer spending on organic food products has grown rapidly. Some claim that organics have ecological, equity, and health advantages over conventional food and therefore should be subsidized. Here we explore the distributive impacts of an organic fruit subsidy that reduces the retail price of organic fruit in the US by 10 percent. We estimate the impact of the subsidy on organic fruit demand in a representative poor, middle income, and rich US household using three analytical methods; including two econome...

Conversion of Metal-Organic Cage to Ligand-Free Ultrasmall Noble Metal Nanocluster Catalysts Confined within Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticle Supports.

Supported ultrasmall noble metal nanocluster (UNMN)-based catalysts are one of the most important classes of solid materials for heterogeneous catalysis. In this work, we present a novel strategy for the controlled synthesis of ligand free-UNMN nanocatalysts based on in-situ reduction of a palladium (Pd)-based metal-organic cage (MOC) confined within monosized, thiol-modified mesoporous silica nanoparticle (MSN) supports. By taking advantage of the high mutual solubility of MOCs and MSNs in DMSO and the str...

Risk factors for cage migration and cage retropulsion following transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion.

Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) is a widely accepted surgical procedure, but cage migration (CM) and cage retropulsion (CR) are associated with poor outcomes.

Breaking the Glass Cage: The Power of Data, Courage, and Voice.

A glass ceiling or cage is the notion that certain groups-mostly women or minorities-are held back, often due to their own beliefs. Yet there are limiting beliefs and actions that also put school nursing in a glass cage. This article explores five actions school nurses must take in order to break the glass cage holding school nursing back as a profession.

Responsive Janus Cage Reactor.

Janus silica cage was synthesized by selectively grafting IL and PNIPAM (LCST~32 °C) onto the exterior and interior sides of the mesoporous SiO2 shell. Paramagnetic core inside the cavity is responsible for magnetic collection. PW12O403- anion is further conjugated onto the IL side by anion exchange. The Janus cage acts as a thermal responsive reactor for catalytic oxidization of dibenzothiophene (DBT) in the presence of H2O2. The sulphide in the model oil can be deeply decomposed at 25 °C, whilst the oxi...

Determination of selected endocrine disruptors in organic, free-range, and battery-produced hen eggs and risk assessment.

An increasing amount of evidence suggests that phthalic acid esters (PAE), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE), and organochlorine pesticides (OCP) are related to mutagenic, carcinogenic, and endocrine disruptor effects (EDCs). These lipophilic compounds are highly resistant to breakdown processes, and consequently remain in the environment, followed by uptake into the food chain. Human exposure to lipophilic compounds results from the consumption of food containing EDCs, ...

Selective Extraction of C70 by a Tetragonal Prismatic Porphyrin Cage.

Along with the advent of supramolecular chemistry, research on fullerene receptors based on noncovalent bonding interactions has attracted a lot of attention. Here, we present the design and synthesis of a cationic molecular cage - a cyclophane composed of two tetraphenylporphyrins, bridged face-to-face by four viologen units in a rhomboid prismatic manner. The large cavity inside the cage, as well as the favorable donor-acceptor interactions between the porphyrin panels and the fullerene guests, enables th...

Bullet Cage Versus Crescent Cage Design in Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion.

Size-selective hydroformylation by a rhodium catalyst confined in a supramolecular cage.

In this study, size-selective hydroformylation of terminal alkenes is attained upon embedding a rhodium bisphosphine complex in a supramolecular metal-organic cage that is formed by subcomponent self-assembly. The catalyst is bound in the cage via a template ligand approach in which pyridyl-zinc(II)porphyrin interactions lead to high association constants (>105 M-1) for the binding of the ligands and the corresponding rhodium complex. DFT calculations confirm that the second coordination sphere forces the e...

Use of intelligent applications to reduce household food waste.

Household food waste is gaining an increasing emphasis worldwide. Multiple factors have been identified that contribute to household food waste including a lack of consumer understanding of durability coding and expiration dates on food. The aim of research is to review the evolution of date labeling and associated on-pack information, its interrelationship with household food waste, and potential future developments in intelligent applications to address food waste, transparency of communication and food s...

Mineral and centesimal composition evaluation of conventional and organic cultivars sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam) using chemometric tools.

Sweet potato is a food consumed in the world. In this work, the minerals and centesimal composition in sweet potatoes of organic and conventional cultivars was investigated. The accuracy was confirmed with a certified reference material of apple leaves (NIST 1515). The quantification of the samples was performed by inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry and the digestion efficiency was evaluated by residual carbon content. The mean concentrations (in mg/100 g) of minerals were: 23.5 and ...


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