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    • Aquaculture perceptions in the Barcelona metropolitan area from fish and seafood wholesalers, fishmongers, and consumers 

      Reig Puig, Lourdes; Escobar Gonzalez, Cristina; Carrassón Lopez de Letona, Maite; Constenla Matalobos, Maria; Gil Roig, José María; Padrós Bover, Francesc; Piferrer Circuns, Francesc; Flos Bassols, Rosa (2019-05-30)
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      Aquaculture provides more than half of the global seafood production and offers a wide diversity of high-quality products. However, its social acceptability is still not well established. The goal of this study was to ...
    • Catalonia consumers prefer wild mussels. Study finds knowledge of mussel farming limited 

      Escobar Gonzalez, Cristina; Kallas, Zein; Gil Roig, José María (2012)
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      Open Access
    • Consumer's positive and negative perceptions towards aquaculture:a hybrid delphi approach 

      Escobar Gonzalez, Cristina; Flos Bassols, Rosa; Carrassón Lopez de Letona, Maite; Constenla, Maria; Padrós, Francesc; Piferrer Circuns, Francesc; Gil Roig, José María; Reig Puig, Lourdes (2016)
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      Aquaculture is one of the food sectors with a higher potential for growth. The sector incorporates every time a higher level of scientific and technological advances. However, in Spain, consumers’ unawareness about the ...
    • Consumers' wine preferences in a changing scenario 

      Escobar Gonzalez, Cristina; Kallas, Zein; Gil Roig, José María (2018-01-01)
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      Open Access
      Purpose Important socioeconomic changes have been undergone due to the international economic crisis. In Catalonia (Spain), political changes towards independentism also occurred within the same period. The purpose of this ...
    • Consumers’ perceptions, emotional values and the willingness to pay towards luxury wine in Catalonia 

      Sagrera, Anna; Escobar Gonzalez, Cristina; Kallas, Zein (Asociación Española de Economía Agraria, 2019)
      Conference lecture
      Open Access
      To face the increasingly saturated wine market in Spain, the small and medium-sized enterprises are taking advantage of the continuous increasing of the consumption of the high quality wines as a market diversification ...
    • Information impact on consumers' perception towards aquaculture: dismantling the myth about farmed fish feeding 

      Flos Bassols, Rosa; Escobar Gonzalez, Cristina; Carrassón, Maite; Constenla, Maria; Gil Roig, José María; Luzón, Virginia; Padrós, Francesc; Piferrer, Francesc; Soler, Anna; Reig Puig, Lourdes (2017)
      Conference report
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      With the objective to build up a positive image of aquaculture and taken into account the results found, the issue of >farmed fish feeding> was selected as one of the most important myths of aquaculture. Then the specific ...
    • Marketing channels for small wineries: a means – end chain approach. 

      Escobar Gonzalez, Cristina; Gil Roig, José María (2016-12-30)
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      Open Access
      The wine sector in Catalonia (Spain) is clearly dual: there are some big companies that contrast with the many small wineries that face difficulties to remain profitable. For these wineries, gaining access to the markets ...
    • Supply-chain agents' perceptions towards aquaculture:a hybrid delphi approach 

      Flos Bassols, Rosa; Escobar Gonzalez, Cristina; Carrassón Lopez de Letona, Maite; Constenla Matalobos, Maria; Gil Roig, José María; Padrós Bover, Francesc; Piferrer Circuns, Francesc; Reig Puig, Lourdes (2016)
      Conference lecture
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      There are many studies that explore consumer’s perception towards aquaculture, but studies focusing specifically on the supply-chain perception are scarce. Consumers’ perceptions towards aquaculture could become a bottleneck ...