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The present study investigates consumer awareness as it relates to muscadine grapes, a southern US food, and the images that muscadines evoke among southern consumers. The written comments of 189 southern residents were gathered in a southern college town. Respondents' images only partly...

Author(s)
Alonso, A. D.; O'Neill, M. A.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Tourism Planning and Development, 2012, 9, 3, pp 213-229
Abstract

The impact of Idaho's wine and grape industry was assessed as an agribusiness and as a tourist industry. Idaho's grape and wine industry is in its infancy, with wine sales of $15 million from 15 wineries and growers cultivating about 1,000 acres, primarily in southwestern Idaho's Canyon County....

Author(s)
Foltz, J. C.; Woodall, S.; Wandschneider, P. R.; Taylor, R. G.
Publisher
Agricultural Economics Association of Georgia, Athens, USA
Citation
Journal of Agribusiness, 2007, 25, 1, pp 77-91
Abstract

Proper sulfur management in winegrapes may potentially reduce both insecticide/miticide use and the human/social problems associated with sulfur's impacts on air quality and odors, particularly in wine tourism regions. Data from California's unique Pesticide Use Report (PUR) database, which records ...

Author(s)
Zhang, M. H.; Campos, J.; Zhan, Y.; Grieneisen, M. L.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 2013, 28, 1, pp 32-42
Abstract

Purpose - Consumption of muscadine grapes and their by-products (e.g. skins, seeds, wine and juice) is often discussed in terms of their alleged health-related properties (e.g. high content of resveratrol, phenolics and antioxidants). Almost no information, however, is available from an academic...

Author(s)
Alonso, A. D.; O'Neill, M. A.
Publisher
Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bradford, UK
Citation
British Food Journal, 2012, 114, 3, pp 400-415