Survey finds something fishy about seafood sales as sales slow down in UK.
Sustainable seafood sales still on the rise, according to김천출장샵 김천안마 a new survey commissioned by the government.
The research group also discovered a slight rise in the number of people choosing seafood which is “sustainable”, which could be to prevent contamination from environmental sources.
UK’s leading seafood sales companies say they are taking a backseat to their growing domestic rival China in terms of buying sustainable seafood.
In a separate statement, Shell, whose subsidiary has been listed in the Panama Papers, said it was “aware of the allegations against the company”.
Meanwhile, The Office for National Statistics (ONS) published figures that show seafood sales are down by a further 28 per cent to £20.4bn in 2015.
A separate report by the ONS revealed that Britain’s food imports from Asia and Europe dropped by 19 per cent last year compared with the previous year, while imports from Latin America and the Caribbean, increased by 17 per cent.
Food prices rose by an average of 6.2 per cent from the previous year to £719.50 per year in the latest figures, compared with £743.52 in 2014 and £713.16 in 2013.
It is estimated to cost consumers around £350 ex실시간 바카라tra to buy a packet of frozen chicken fillet, compared to £140 for the same meal in 2013.
And food imports are set to remain a significant problem for supermarkets.
A new report by the US Department of Agriculture and the Food and Agriculture Organization of th인터넷 바카라e United Nations (FAO) showed the impact that food imports on British supermarkets is currently having on their businesses.
According to the agency, since the start of the economic downturn in late 2008, the food industry had been in a free fall with prices up by 15 per cent in the same period.
“Our data from 2008 shows that almost half of all global production is concentrated within the United States,” the FAO said.
“In addition, with the decline in consumer spending, it is no longer a reasonable option to expand into foreign markets and import more products.”