Eating fish more often, leads you to success.

INTERNATIONAL  FAIR CARNEXPO - 23 – 26.10.2013 - Exhibition Centre-Exporom, Bucharest 

The project of promoting and relaunching the fish consumption in Romania, it is funded by POP 2007-2013, with the support of the Romanian Government and European Union. This project is made by Doripesco during 2013-2015.

The purpose of this project is to promote the consumption of fish and highlights the importance of fish consumption. People can understand the importance of fish consumption for the body only by emphasizing its nutritional properties. Fish is an important food for a responsable feeding and for this reason it should not be missing from your shopping cart because of its important nutrients.

At the same time, we must report the decline of fish consumption in Romania, compared to rest of the European Union (annual consumption of fish in Romania is of 4,5 kg/person/year, of 10 times lower than the European Union. The largest consumers of fish and fish products are Portugal and Spain, which consume 48 / 45 kg/person/year).

We recommend:
Bighead carp baguette – an extremely delicious fish appetizer
Bighead carp baguette – an extremely delicious fish appetizer
For those of you who thought there are plenty of recipes for this extraordinary fish, well, that’s not true! People keep creating them.
Salty Pontic shad – A Danube fish with a unique taste
Salty Pontic shad – A Danube fish with a unique taste
Everything starts with a young lad and a Pontic shad to be cleaned by the book. After cleaning it inside and out, the Pontic shad is salted and put in a barrel.
Fish paprikash – a fish product from the Danube
Fish paprikash – a fish product from the Danube
A combination between the dumpling of traditional goulash and, mandatorily, lots of fish meat creates a fish paprikash that has everything in place.
Smoked trout – the white and lean meat of a mountain fish, a taste you won’t ever forget
Smoked trout – the white and lean meat of a mountain fish, a taste you won’t ever forget
Mountain inhabitants have always preserved meat by salting and smoking it, especially fish, a treat that was not often found on the tables of these villagers, full of cheese and mutton, as opposed to Danube fishermen, accustomed to the flavoured taste of fish.

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