Risk Perception and Evaluation of Supervision: A Study on Chinese Consumer Trust in Food Safety


Risk Perception and Evaluation of Supervision: A Study on Chinese Consumer Trust in Food Safety


Lei Zhang

School of Journalism and Communication, Jinan University, Guangzhou 510632, China


American Journal of Scientific Research and Essays

Food safety has always been the focus of attention from all walks of life as it has been treated as one of the important indicators of the development of a country, concerning national health, industrial security and social stability. On the basis of empirical data, this study analyzed consumer trust in food safety from the perspective of consumers’ risk perception, consumer behavior and food safety regulation. It is found that consumers’ trust in food safety in China is not optimistic and governance of food safety remains to be improved.


Keywords: Risk Perception and Evaluation of Supervision,Chinese Consumer Trust , Food Safety

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Lei Zhang.Risk Perception and Evaluation of Supervision: A Study on Chinese Consumer Trust in Food Safety. American Journal of Scientific Research and Essays, 2018 3:11.. DOI:10.28933/ajsre-2018-11-0807


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