Open Access Case Study Article ID: GJZ-5-116

    Survey of fish consumption pattern in households of Shivamogga, Karnataka

    Shashikanth H Majagi* and Somashekar DS

     The study was conducted to gather information on the fish consumption pattern among randomly selected households using a distinct questionnaire. The study revealed that much of the fish consuming communities prefer to consume fish regularly in their diet. Consumers commonly choice to consume fishes like Catla, Common carp, Rohu among the freshwater fish and Sardine, Mackeral and Prawns among sea food. The observation indicated that most of the respondents   consume fish found to be once in a week compare to daily user. Survey showed that the range of fish species preferred (cost/ price of fish) mainly focused on the house hold income.


    Published on: Jul 7, 2020 Pages: 22-24

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/gjz.000016
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