Food Incecurity

Purchasing behaviour as a determinant of food insecurity in Klipplaat

This research seeks to explore how poverty causes food insecurity through constraining purchasing behaviour amongst rural shoppers in the Klipplaat area of the Eastern Cape. Purchasing behaviour in this instance refers to where one shops and the quantity one shops for: occasionally purchasing large quantities of food in bulk from large retail outlets, versus frequently […]

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