FoodLAND is making use of behavioural economic and biometric experiments to account for individual food-related preferences and decisions. To this end, FoodLAND’s Tanzanian team has recently conducted a socio-economic game with urban consumers in Morogoro.

During the game, participants were asked to make decisions on the use of assigned tokens, which were going to influence both their final earnings and the earnings of one or some other participants. Their final payoff depended on their own decisions and the decisions of other participants.

Learn more about the FoodLAND socio-economic experiments