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Why is fish so expensive UK?

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The cost of fish is down to a combination of controlling fish stocks and the cost of operating a fishing fleet. The waters around the UK suffered from overfishing which in turn led to lower catch sizes. To prevent a total collapse, quotas were introduced.

FAQ

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    Though dry fish is a popular delicacy across the country, its consumption is hazardous to human health as the preservative used to keep the fish dry is highly toxic.

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  • How many calories are in fish paste?

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  • Can fish swim in shallow water?

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  • Can I eat fish head?

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