SUREFISH, a leading European project focused on improving the sustainability and transparency of the seafood industry, recently presented the results of its latest research on fish consumption habits of Europeans at the AISSA (Italian Association of Sensory Science) conference. The conference, held in Naples, Italy, brought together researchers, industry professionals, and policymakers to discuss the latest trends and innovations in sensory science and consumer behavior.
The SUREFISH team presented the findings of their research on European fish consumption habits, with a special focus on interest in sustainability and traceability. The research revealed that an increasing number of European consumers are becoming more concerned about the sustainability of the seafood they consume, and are actively seeking out information about the origins and production methods of their seafood.
The SUREFISH project has already demonstrated its effectiveness in promoting sustainable seafood practices, with its innovative tools and technologies being used by industry stakeholders throughout Europe. The project has also been recognized for its contribution to the European Union’s sustainable fisheries policy, with its research and findings being incorporated into policy recommendations.
The presentation of the SUREFISH research at the AISSA conference highlights the importance of sustainable seafood practices and the role of technology in promoting greater transparency and accountability in the seafood industry. The project’s participation in the conference underscores its commitment to advancing sustainable seafood practices and promoting greater awareness of the environmental and social impact of seafood production and consumption.
Overall, the presentation of the SUREFISH research at the AISSA conference was a success, providing valuable insights into the fish consumption habits of Europeans and highlighting the important role of technology in promoting a more sustainable and transparent seafood industry.
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