The Fish & Cheap project wants to promote the responsible consumption of fish species. To do this we emphasize the importance of three main factors in our promotional campaign
- consumption focused on local fish,
- consumption taking into account the seasonal restrictions and minimum commercial size
- consumption of ‘neglected species’.
The latter, also known as ‘poor fish’, are represented by species that, despite having the organoleptic characteristics of the first order, have little market value which is poorly understood by the average consumer, and therefore are largely discarded after being caught. Typically the “poor fish” come from species that are not in a state of overexploitation and for this reason their consumption can be regarded as ‘responsible’.
Therefore we are interested to understand what the habits are of the families that consume fish products and the extent to which the fish species we promote are known or appreciated. The questionnaire should be completed by the member of the family that usually does the grocery shopping and or cooking.
Once completed send the questionnaire to:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME … AND ENJOY!