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Wholesalers cut prices for several types of frozen fish
In the wholesale segment of the Russian fish market, prices for frozen fish decreased over the week from 12 to 18 July. Fresh catch pink salmon also began to go on sale
According to the press service of the Federal Agency for Fishery, pollock and Pacific herring fell in price in the Far East. The reason is oversupply with a seasonal decline in demand. Pollock lost 2,7% in price (up to 73 rubles per kilogram), and herring - 5,6% (up to 68 rubles per kilogram).
Last week prices for fresh salmon catches began to form. Wholesalers offer pink salmon for 275 rubles per kilogram, and chum salmon for 200 rubles. Other types of frozen fish have practically not changed in price.
In the North-West of the country, cod and Atlantic mackerel fell in price due to lower demand and also abundant supply. The price of cod fell by 4,4% (to 215 rubles per kilogram), and mackerel - by 8,1% (to 170 rubles per kilogram).