UK grocery: Easter fresh fish sales achieve three-year high

Published on
July 5, 2017

This year’s Easter fortnight, 8-22 April, saw sales of fresh fish in U.K. retail reach their highest level in three years, amounting to 6,051 metric tons (MT), which was 3.2 percent or 188 MT more than in 2015 and up slightly compared to last year, said the U.K. Seafish Authority. 

According to Seafish’s latest grocery data, more people ate fish during the two-week Easter period than they did in the previous fortnight, with an increase of 0.7 percent or 92.4 MT in the …

Contributing Editor reporting from London, UK

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