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The Moderating Effects of Retailers’ Green Practices upon Customer Environmental Values and Organic Food Purchasing Intention

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Purpose – The purpose of this study is to understand how retailers’ green practices influence customer environmental values and their organic food purchasing intention. Research design, data, and methodology – Data were collected from randomly intercepting retail shoppers (n=719) departing from 33 retail stores selling organic food products located in Florida, USA. U.S. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, CFA and Hierarchical regression analyses. Results – Results documented that customer environmental values (social-altruistic values and biospheric values) were determinants of organic food purchasing intention. Retailers’ green practices representing‘green self-governance’were found to significantly enhance the effects of customer environmental values upon organic food purchasing intention. Conclusions – This study successfully demonstrated that customers’willingness to purchase eco-friendly products can be greatly increased when having a positive perceptions toward retailers’green practices such as environmental friendly waste management, environmental improvement of packaging, taking back packaging and recovery of the company’s end-of-life products.

1. Introduction

2. Theoretical Background

3. Methodology

4. Results

5. Discussion

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