Session 23. Consumer studies of the consequences of stopping piglet castration
Date: 30 August 2011; 14:00 – 18:00 hours
Theatre Session 23
- European Partnership: a stop to piglet castration in the EU
- Consumer attitude and acceptance of boar taint
Tacken, G., Font-I-Furnols, M., Panella-Riera, N., Blanch, M., Olivier, M., Chevillon, P., De Roest, K., Kallas, Z. and Gil, J.
- Consumer studies of boar taint: what can we conclude?
Font I Furnols, M.
- Androstenone cut-off levels for acceptability of entire male pork by French consumers
Chevillon, P., Nassy, G., Gault, E., Lhommeau, T. and Bonneau, M.
- Imbalances in supply and consumption of sustainable food products – recent Dutch findings
- Consumer awareness and acceptance of the method of surgical castration and the use of vaccination (Improvac®) to control boar taint
Schmoll, F., Sattler, T. and Jäger, J.
- Facing new EU policies towards animal welfare improvement: the relative importance of pig castration
Kallas, Z., Gil, J.M., Panella-Riera, N., Blanch, M., Tacken, G., Chevillon, P., De Roest, K. and Oliver, M.A.
- Acceptability of meat with different levels of boar taint compounds for Spanish and English consumers
Panella-Riera, N., Blanch, M., Kallas, Z., Gil, J.M., Gil, M., Oliver, M.A. and Font I Furnols, M.
- Consumer perception of meat from entire male pigs as affected by labeling and malodorous compounds
Trautmann, J., Meier-Dinkel, L., Gardemin, C., Frieden, L., Tholen, E., Knorr, C., Wicke, M. and Mörlein, D.
Poster Session 23
- Description of EU pork consumers: a survey carried out in 6 countries
Panella-Riera, N., Blanch, M., Font I Furnols, M., Kallas, Z., Gil, J.M., Tacken, G., Chevillon, P., De Roest, K., Gil, M. and Oliver, M.A.