This study investigates differences in motivations for fish consumption and fish consumption behaviour between people from households with or without medical history of cardiovascular disease, using data obtained from the SEAFOODplus pan-European consumer survey in five EU countries.
During two intensive days in Copenhagen a comprehensive overview of the major results obtained within the lifetime of SEAFOODplus was presented. The Circus building constituted a perfect frame for the conference and for the fabulous show marking the conclusion of the SEAFOODplus projects.
Differences in temperament determine how common carp responds to environmental stressors. Levels rank from the expression of specific genes, stress, and physiology to behavior. This, in its turn has a profound effect on production and ethical quality when these fish are farmed.