Energy Act Of 2008 Case Study

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There is no significant association between consumers’ attitude towards organic mangoes’ safety when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational attainment.
2. There is no significant association between consumers’ attitude towards organic mangoes’ environment friendliness when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational attainment.
3. There is no significant association between consumers’ attitude towards organic mangoes’ certification when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational attainment.
4. There is no significant association between consumers’ attitude towards organic mangoes’ taste when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational
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There is no significant association between consumers’ attitude towards organic mangoes’ less health risk to farmers when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational attainment.
6. There is no significant association in consumers’ awareness of organic mangoes when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational attainment.
7. There is no significant association in the consumption of organic mangoes when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational attainment.
8. There is no significant association in consumers’ reasons for buying organic mangoes when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational attainment.
9. There is no significant association in the ways consumers eat organic mangoes when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational attainment.
10. There is no significant association in the frequency of consumption of organic mangoes when respondents are grouped according to civil status, monthly household income, or highest educational

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