The direct and indirect costs associated with food hypersensitivity in household: A study in the Netherlands, Poland, and Spain

J. Voordouw, G. Antonides*, M. Fox, I. Cerecedo, J. Zamora, B. de la Hoz Caballer, E. Rokicka, J.R. Cornelisse-Vermaat, M. Jewczak, P. Starosta, M. Kowalski, M. Jedrzejczak-Czechowicz, S. Vazquez-Cortes, S. Cano-Escudero, B.M.J. Flokstra-De Blok, A.E.J. Dubois, M. Mugford, Lynn Frewer

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Abstract

Recent studies show that food hypersensitivity, such as food allergy or food intolerance, has the potential to affect direct, indirect and intangible economic costs experienced by individuals and their families. This research assesses the direct and indirect economic costs of food hypersensitivity at the household level in the Netherlands, Poland, and Spain.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)107-117
Number of pages11
JournalAPSTRACT: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce
Volume10
Issue number2-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • food hypersensitivity
  • households
  • the Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Spain

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