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Record number 535562
Title Insights for the Development of a Functional Fish Product : Drivers and Barriers, Acceptance, and Communication of Health Benefits
Author(s) Devitiis, Biagia De; Carlucci, Domenico; Nocella, Giuseppe; Viscecchia, Rosaria; Bimbo, Francesco; Nardone, Gianluca
Source Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology 27 (2018)4. - ISSN 1049-8850 - p. 430 - 445.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/10498850.2018.1447059
Department(s) Business Economics
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) consumer acceptance - focus group - Functional fish - health claims - omega-3
Abstract This study aims to explore consumer acceptance of a new functional fish burger using a qualitative approach based on four focus group discussions conducted in selected major Italian cities. Results show that the development of functional fish products may bypass fish consumption barriers, combining convenience and health benefits delivered by functional ingredients. The acceptance of new functional fish products seems to be influenced positively by the enrichment of functional ingredients naturally present in fish, particularly omega-3 fatty acids. Consumer acceptance of this new product is also influenced by the use of different nutritional and health claims. Implications for marketers and policy makers and insights for further research are discussed in the conclusions.
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