Rising prices boost UK retail’s seafood earnings, volume sold falls

Prices charged for seafood by U.K. grocery chains has risen sharply over the past year. While this has lifted those supermarkets’ earnings, the actual volume of fish products sold in the channel has continued its declining trend, finds the latest Nielsen ScanTrack data supplied by the U.K. Seafish Authority. In terms of price-per-kg …

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