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Labels on seafood products in different European countries and their compliance to EU legislation

AuthorsPaolacci, Simona; Mendes, Rogério; Kappler, Regina; Velasco, Amaya CSIC; Ramilo-Fernández, Graciela CSIC ORCID CVN ; Muñoz-Colmenero, Marta; Potts, Tavis; Martins, Sandra; Avignon, Solene; Maguire, Julie; Paz, Enrique de; Johson, Martin; Denis, Françoise; Pardo, M. A.; McElligott, Dee; González Sotelo, Carmen CSIC ORCID
Issue Date2021
CitationAquaculture Europe (2021)
AbstractThe increasing consumption of seafood products raised concerns over their sustainability and the conservation of marine resources. Seafood traceability, enabled by a regulated labelling system, is important to prevent overexploitation of these resources. Detailed seafood labels also help consumers to make informed choices about the products they purchase, enabling them to play a role in the conservation of marine resources. The regulations (EU) No.1169/2011 and (EU) No 1379/2013 are the European legislative tools that specify the mandatory information that must be present on seafood labels. The present study analysed the labels of seafood products found in fishmonger’s shops and supermarkets of different European countries in order to verify the presence of mandatory information required by the EU regulations currently in place
DescriptionAquaculture Europe 2021, Funchal, Madeira, 4-7 October
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