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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Aquatic China 2016

 

07 SEPTEMBER 2016 - NCIEC BEIJING


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Throughout the world consumers’ behaviour and attitude towards food has been changing and, as a result, the industries supplying food need to focus on the exchange of information in order to meet these new demands. 
For example, retailers are demanding traceability; evidence of sustainable environmental activities including welfare (both social and animal) in addition to their usual tight specifications and this is particularly relevant in aquaculture where consumer acceptance is still being questioned.
Consumers are demanding healthier food and questioning the supply chain on all nutritional aspects, from the feed through to the food.


 The one day conference is made up of the three following sessions
FEED MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY
HEALTH & BIOSECURITY
NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN AQUACULTURE

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