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Vietnam: Everything increases in price, but seafood is "extremely soft"

Cái gì cũng tăng giá nhưng riêng hải sản thì lại "cực mềm", cuối tuần mua "đổi gió" cho gia đình lại quá là hợp lý
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Seafood
Snail
Vietnam
Price Trend
Mar 19, 2022
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The busiest on the market at this time is still the type of snail bulot (also known as a foreign snail) introduced by many sellers "imported from France, Ireland, Canada" with crispy and delicious meat-like Vietnamese snail, the price selling for only 220,000 VND/kg (about 30-35 fish). With the same size, domestic snails cost up to 700,000 VND/kg, so bulot snails are still a pretty reasonable choice.
The busiest on the market at this time is still the type of snail bulot (also known as foreign snail) introduced by many sellers "imported from France, Ireland, Canada" with crispy and delicious meat like Vietnamese snail, the price selling for only 220,000 VND/kg (about 30-35 fish). With the same size, domestic snails cost up to 700,000 VND/kg, so bulot snails are still a pretty reasonable choice. Many online sales sites say that French, Irish or Canadian bulot snails are being sold at cheap prices because of their high output and low consumption by the people of those countries. Quality frozen goods are about 95% or 50-60% compared to fresh goods. The bulot snail (also known as foreign snail) is introduced by many sellers "imported from France, Ireland, Canada" with crispy and delicious meat similar to Vietnamese snails. Selling price is 220k/kg. Screenshots. There are places selling cheaper than only 195k / kg. Screenshots. Or even cheaper is 175k/kg. Screenshots. In addition ...
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