Primary and secondary school students and university students (n = 389) were asked to complete a questionnaire focusing on their preferences concerning the consumption of meat. The results show that there are relatively large differences in the preference for individual kinds of meat depending on age and gender. While university students showed a comparable preference for chicken and pork (77 and 80%, respectively), a preference for chicken predominated among lower age categories (primary schools) (91 and 72%, respectively). Girls show a greater preference for more nutritionally desirable kinds of meat – chicken (84%), turkey (28%) and fish (33%), as compared with boys (80, 11 and 23%, respectively).
Preference for selected kinds of meat among young consumers
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