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More is better …

So far, our research has focused on consumer behaviour in tourism. Specifically, as it relates to the Nova Scotia grape and wine sector.  Since there are natural similarities in consumer

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Acadia’s Grape and Wine Research Landscape

Presentation: Acadia’s Grape and Wine Research Landscape Current grape and wines sector research at Acadia and our projects. 16 February 2018

How much? Or what kind? Applying the Differentiated Pleasure Concept to Sensory Analysis of Wine

This research marks the first test of the recently developed differentiated pleasure scale (from Consumer Behaviour) as applied to food science. For six decades now, sensory evaluation of taste has

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A Budding Tourism Industry: The Future of Agri-tourism is Cannabis

Specialty/niche tourism offerings are growing, as tourists and other visitors increasingly seek out unique experiences. In Nova Scotia, where artisanal wineries, craft breweries, and micro-distilleries are launching at a rapid

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