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How much does Pollock fish cost?

Asked: David Graham, Date Created:

Pollock (aka Boston bluefish) is popular in New York markets. “They can't get enough,” says George Parr, a Maine fishmonger. “It used to be my cheap alternative. Now hake is my cheap alternative!” Large pollock are $3.75 per pound, up from around $1.75 per pound last year — compared to 35 cents a decade ago.

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