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The research and promotion of certification system on aquaculture - the study on marine culture mark certification system
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Aquaculture|
|Issue Date: ||2013-10-07T02:16:18Z
Abstract:Seafood is one of the options to provide the main source of protein in humans today. Quality, health and safety of fishery products, as well as the source to buy seafood, whether it can buy worthy of trust certification brand, has become of the topics that consumers are most concerned. While observed people's consumption habits about seafood, mariculture and marine pond culture seafoods are more favorable impression than freshwater ones. The reasons in addition to the meat of mariculture and marine pond culture seafoods is usually more flexible than freshwater ones, and same in tasty. However, there is no clear definition of mariculture and marine pond culture fish. And how to determine whether the farmers using the seawater entriely, or in the initial using of freshwater (or brackish water), or converted to seawater before harvest, these issues are consumers deeply concerned. Based on this, this study will objective on establishing an certification standards about mariculture and marine pond culture labeling system, which can accept by most of the industry and consumers. And also considerations to comply with the standards and certification processes of FAO Technical Guidelines on Aquaculture Certification. It is expected to establish mariculture and marine pond culture products of domestic competitive advantage and marketing strategies in order to provide the government, the relevant industry, and farmers can successfully marketing through the results of this study.
|Appears in Collections:||[水產養殖學系] 研究計畫|
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