Local and Organic Food

Publications


Recent Publications

Zepeda, L. 2017. “Hiding hunger: Food insecurity in middle America” Agriculture and Human Values. Accepted July 20, 2017, available on line July 28, 2017 View Online


Zepeda, L. and Balaine, L. 2017. “Consumers' perceptions of food waste: A pilot study of US students.” International Journal of Consumer Studies. View Online


Zepeda, L. and A. Reznickova. 2016. “Innovative millennial snails: The story of Slow Food University of Wisconsin” Agriculture and Human Values. Accepted April 14, 2016 and published online June 8, 2016. View Online


Zepeda, Lydia and Kathryn A. Carroll. 2016. Dane County Farmers’ Market Consumer Survey. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. April 29, 2016. View Online


Zepeda, Lydia and Alice Reznickova. 2016. Potential Demand for Local Agricultural Products by Mobile Markets: Adrian, MI. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. March 14, 2016. View Online


Reznickova, Alice and Zepeda, Lydia. 2016. Potential Demand for Local Agricultural Products by Mobile Markets: Worcester, MA. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. February 18, 2016. View Online


Zepeda, Lydia and Alice Reznickova. 2015. Potential Demand for Local Agricultural Products by Mobile Markets: Concord, CA. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. October 16, 2015. View Online


Zepeda, L. "Immigrant food workers deserve a break today" The Progressive, October 13, 2015 Published online


Zepeda, Lydia and Alice Reznickova. 2015. Potential Demand for Local Agricultural Products by Mobile Markets: Santa Fe, NM. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. September 24, 2015.View Online


Reznickova, Alice and Zepeda, Lydia. 2015. Potential Demand for Local Agricultural Products by Mobile Markets: Baltimore, MD. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. September 22, 2015.View Online


Lydia Zepeda and Kathryn A. Carroll. 2015. Dane County Farmers' Market Vendor Survey Report. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. August 20, 2015. View Online


Reznickova, Alice and Zepeda, Lydia. 2015. Potential Demand for Local Agricultural Products by Mobile Markets: New Orleans, LA. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. April 7, 2015. View Online


Reznickova, A. and Zepeda, L. "Can Self-Determination Theory explain the self-perpetuation of social innovations? A case study of Slow Food at the University of Wisconsin - Madison" Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. Published online


Kong, Lingran, Lydia Zepeda, John Ahlquist, Ian Coxhead, Melanie Meyer, John Newton, Chris Schlichenmaier, Tammi Simpson, Diane Michalski Turner, Jason Weitzman, Cornell Zbikowski, Cindy Van Matre, ex-officio, and Everett Mitchell, ex-officio. Report to the Chancellor on the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh and the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety. University of Wisconsin-Madison Labor Codes Licensing Compliance Committee, March 25, 2104. Published online


Zepeda, L., Reznickova, A., Russell, W. and Hettenbach, D. 2014. “Does Community Supported Agriculture Create Symbolic Value?” Journal of Food Distribution Research (45) no 2, 195-212. http://www.fdrsinc.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/JFDR-452_11Zepeda.pdf


Zepeda, L., A. Reznickova and L. Lohr. 2014. “Overcoming challenges to effectiveness of mobile markets in US food deserts” Appetite (79), 58-67. Published online


Costa, S., Zepeda, L., and Sirieix, L. 2014. “Exploring the social value of organic food: A qualitative study in France” International Journal of Consumer Studies (38) no 3, 228-237. Published online


Zepeda, L. and A. Reznickova. “Measuring Effects of Mobile Markets on Healthy Food Choices.” Madison, University of Wisconsin, November 2013. View Online


Reznickova, Alice & Zepeda, Lydia. 2013. Measuring Effects of Mobile Markets on Healthy Food Choices: Report of Focus Group Results, Arcadia Mobile Market, Washington DC. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. September 24, 2013. View online


Reznickova, Alice & Zepeda, Lydia. 2013. Measuring Effects of Mobile Markets on Healthy Food Choices: Report of Focus Group Results, Freshmobile, Madison, WI. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. September 24, 2013. View online


Zepeda, Lydia & Reznickova, Alice. 2013 Measuring Effects of Mobile Markets on Healthy Food Choices: Report of Focus Group Results, Fresh Moves Mobile Market, Chicago, IL. UW-Madison, Department of Consumer Science. September 24, 2013. View online


Zepeda, L., Sirieix, L., Pizarro, A., Corderre, F. and Rodine, F. “A conceptual framework for analyzing consumers’ food label preferences: An exploratory study of sustainability labels in France, Quebec, Spain and the US” accepted and in press International Journal of Consumer Studies. Early View published on line July 19, 2013. Published online


Zepeda, L., Reznickova, A. and Russell, W. “CSA membership and psychological needs fulfillment: An application of Self-Determination theory” accepted and in press Agriculture and Human Values. Early View published on line February 25, 2013. Published online


Sirieix, L., Delanchy, M., Remaud, H. Zepeda, L, Gurviez, P. “Consumers’ perceptions of individual and combined sustainable food labels: A UK pilot investigation” International Journal of Consumer Studies. (37) no 2, 2013: 143-151. Published online


Zepeda, L. and A. Reznickova. “Measuring Effects of Mobile Markets on Healthy Food Choices; Report of Focus Group Results, Gorge Grown mobile market, Stevenson, WA. November 21, 2012. View online


Zepeda, L. and Nie, C. “What are the odds of buying organic or local foods? Multivariate analysis of US food shopper lifestyle segments” Agricultural and Human Values. (29), no. 4, 2012: 467-480. Published online


Ross, J. A., and L. Zepeda. "Wetland Restoration, Environmental Justice and Food Security in the Lower 9th Ward" Environmental Justice. (4), no 2, 2011: 101-108. Published online


Nie, C. and L. Zepeda. “Lifestyle segmentation of US food shoppers to examine organic and local food consumption” Appetite. (57), no 1, 2011: 28-37. Published online


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