PurposeThis paper aims to assess the impact of the training program on fish traders in building awareness about formalin abuse in food items.Design/methodology/approachPrimary data was collected from the fish traders in Bangladesh by using simple random sampling technique. Binary logistic regression was used to assess the opinions of the fish traders about training in building awareness of formalin abuse.FindingsThis study showed that the training of the fish traders played a positive role in improving their awareness level of formalin abuse.Practical implicationsEnhancement of both training and educational support could be an effective strategy in preventing formalin abuse in food.Originality/valueThis study helps in assessing the opinions of the fish traders about the effectiveness of the training programs in building awareness of formalin abuse.
International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 16, 2018
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