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    Russia-Ukraine conflict further pushes up ingredient costs for UK fish and chips shops

    • Last Update: 2022-05-09
    • Source: Internet
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       From SeafoodNews on April 14th, in the UK , when the fish and chip shop "Chunk" opens in 2020, sales can be dozens of copies a day, shop owners Sayward and Michael Lewis said that the Russian-Ukrainian conflict has further pushed up.
    Energy, food ingredients and cooking oil costs, already at high levels , are losing customers as prices soar again
    .
     
      In the UK, the fish and chips industry has come under more pressure, with gas and electricity costs soaring
    .
    The price of cod has also risen after countries announced bans or penalties for Russian fish imports, making North Sea fish supplies scarcer and more expensive
    .
     
      Ukraine and Russia are major producers of sunflower oil, which is used by many fish and chip shops.
    Sunflower oil stocks are already limited, potatoes are becoming more expensive, and rising gasoline prices have pushed up fertilizers.
    cost
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      National Fried Fish Federation (NatioAndrew Crook of the nal Federation of Fish Friers said the industry was directly affected by the problems in Ukraine, and raw materials directly related to the industry, including fish, oil, flour (used to make batter) and potatoes, were severely affected
    .
     
      Andrew Crook pointed out that the UK will lose 3,000 of the approximately 10,000 fish and chip shops
    .
    The situation is the biggest crisis facing the industry since fish and chip shops first opened in the 1860s, and is compounded by the government's recent rescission of a cut in sales tax on takeaway food
    .
    UK Fish and Chips Food Ingredients Edible Oil Prices
     
      In the UK, the fish and chips industry has come under more pressure, with gas and electricity costs soaring
    .
    The price of cod has also risen after countries announced bans or penalties for Russian fish imports, making North Sea fish supplies scarcer and more expensive
    .
     
      Ukraine and Russia are major producers of sunflower oil, which is used by many fish and chip shops.
    Sunflower oil stocks are already limited, potatoes are becoming more expensive, and rising gasoline prices have pushed up fertilizers.
    cost
    .
     
      National Fried Fish Federation (NatioAndrew Crook of the nal Federation of Fish Friers said the industry was directly affected by the problems in Ukraine, and raw materials directly related to the industry, including fish, oil, flour (used to make batter) and potatoes, were severely affected
    .
     
      Andrew Crook pointed out that the UK will lose 3,000 of the approximately 10,000 fish and chip shops
    .
    The situation is the biggest crisis facing the industry since fish and chip shops first opened in the 1860s, and is compounded by the government's recent rescission of a cut in sales tax on takeaway food
    .
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