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Does seafood knowledge relate to more sustainable consumption
Purpose – Portugal is a country with one of the highest seafood consumption per capita in the world. The purpose of this paper is to understand the Portuguese knowledge and attitudes towards seafoodExpand
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Food souvenirs: buying behaviour of tourists in Norway
Purpose – Food is an important element of a holiday. An in depth understanding of factors that influence tourists’ perception of food is central in increased tourist satisfaction and repurchaseExpand
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The effects of different types of product information on the consumer product evaluation for fresh cod in real life settings
The effects of different types of product information on consumer product evaluation were examined in real life settings. Cod fillets were presented to 1440 consumers drawn from the Dutch TasteNetExpand
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Translating barriers into potential improvements: the case of new healthy seafood product development
Purpose – The aim of this study is to explore potential barriers to seafood consumption by young adults and the parents of young children. Knowledge of these barriers will be used to assist theExpand
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The influence of labelling on consumers' evaluations of fresh and thawed cod fillets in England
Purpose – The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of information on English consumers' evaluation of fresh and thawed cod fillets which in English retail stores is referred to asExpand
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Valorization of Proteins from Co- and By-Products from the Fish and Meat Industry
Large volumes of protein-rich residual raw materials, such as heads, bones, carcasses, blood, skin, viscera, hooves and feathers, are created as a result of processing of animals from fisheries,Expand
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Association of health involvement and attitudes towards eating fish on farmed and wild fish consumption in Belgium, Norway and Spain
Consumers in many European countries do not equally meet the recommended daily intake levels for fish consumption. Various factors that can influence fish consumption behaviour have been identifiedExpand
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Does fish origin matter to European consumers? Insights from a consumer survey in Belgium, Norway and Spain
Purpose – This study aims to gain insights into the relevance and market potential of fish origin (farmed or wild) among consumers in Belgium, Norway and Spain.Design/methodology/approach –Expand
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Farmed fish as a functional food: Perception of fish fortification and the influence of origin – Insights from Portugal
Abstract Being a rich source of important nutrients, including highly digestible proteins, vitamins (A, D3), trace minerals (iodine, selenium) and n-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (n-3Expand
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Consumer Preference and Sensory Properties of the Pacific Cupped Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) and the European Flat Oyster (Ostrea edulis)
ABSTRACT Experts in the oyster supply chain (farmers, retailers, and gourmet chefs) in The Netherlands have suggested that the European flat oyster (Ostrea edulis) has superior sensory qualitiesExpand
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