José Fernández Polanco, Ph.D. Ignacio Llorente, Ph.D.

Public opinions pose barriers for tuna consumption

Closing the life cycle of tuna in captivity is critical Advances in tuna farming may help reduce negative perceptions regarding the food safety and sustainability of the species. Photo courtesy of Daniel Benetti, UMEH. Despite being one of the most consumed finfish species around the world, tuna is facing threats from information provided to consumers…

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  • José Fernández Polanco, Ph.D.

    José Fernández Polanco, Ph.D.

    IDES, Universidad de Cantabria
    Avenida de los Castros s/n E-3900
    Santander, Cantabria, Spain

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  • Ignacio Llorente, Ph.D.

    Ignacio Llorente, Ph.D.

    IDES, Universidad de Cantabria
    Avenida de los Castros s/n E-3900
    Santander, Cantabria, Spain