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Chambers of Commerce: Egypt consumes 63 thousand tons of herring annually

Published May 5, 2024

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Egypt consumes 175 tons of herring daily, equivalent to 63 thousand tons annually, with the latest major breakthrough in the markets leading to increased availability and lower prices. The prices of sea bream, shrimp, white crayfish, and feseekh have all decreased significantly, with the largest price drops being 230 pounds for sea bream, 440 pounds for shrimp, 60 pounds for white crayfish, and 650 pounds for feseekh, as reported by Hind Mohamed Mohamed Saada, Secretary General of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and President of the Port Said Chamber.
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Written by: Hind Mohamed Mohamed Saada, Secretary General of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and President of the Port Said Chamber, said that Egypt consumes 175 tons of herring daily, equivalent to 63 thousand tons annually, pointing out that pumping fish from Lake Bardawil; The latest major breakthrough in the markets in terms of availability and prices, especially after the large withdrawal of fish coinciding with the Sham El Nessim season. Follow us on Al Falah Channel today Follow us on Al-Falah Today Facebook page Saada pointed out, during statements to the program “On My Responsibility” broadcast on the “Sada El Balad” screen on Saturday evening, that the price of sea bream fish decreased from 280 pounds to 150 pounds, while the price of shrimp decreased from 600 pounds ...
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