Don’t miss out on your last chance to catch up on research pertaining to consumer attitudes towards fish products produced by sustainable aquaculture! iFishIENCi project partners at TTZ Bremerhaven, MATE Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, NORCE, and University of Bergen are presenting a poster titled “Consumer attitudes towards fish products from sustainable aquaculture” at this week’s 15th Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium held in Nantes, France.
📆20-24 August, 2023
📍 Nantes, France
The poster addresses whether the use of digital technologies (AI) for fish farming affects the acceptance and attitudes of fish consumers as well as stakeholders within the fish industry. Different consumer research approaches were used to measure effects of AI in fish farming on economic, political, socio-political as well as animal-welfare-related attitudes in Hungary, Norway and Germany.
We hope to see you there!