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What colour is smoked haddock?

Asked: Guillaume Delair, Last Updated:

Likened to the farmed/farmed organic salmon scenario where the organic, much the newer product, has attempted to distinguish itself by being a much paler colour, the 'undyed' smoked haddock has become almost white over the past few years; the natural colour of smoked fish is a dull orange/yellow.

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