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गुरुवार, 30 मार्च 2017

Asians Much More Interested in Eating Healthy Than Westerners

Asians Much More Interested in Eating Healthy Than Westerners
- The survey found that Asian consumers are much more invested in improving their dietary habits than consumers in the Western hemisphere, a result Clarke attributed to attitudes on diet and nutrition deeply rooted in history, tradition and culture.
In an online survey commissioned by Clarke’s company and market researchers Asia Opinions in October 2016, researchers asked 600 consumers in Asia and 700 in the Western hemisphere, Australia and New Zealand included, about their views on a slew of dietary issues (500 participants in the survey were from the UK, 200 from India, 200 from the Philippines, 100 from Singapore, 100 from Malaysia, 50 from the US, 50 from Australia, 50 from Canada, and 50 from New Zealand).