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Storm swept fish stalls in Turkey

Fırtına balık tezgahlarını süpürdü
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Fish
Turkey
Price Trend
Environmental Issue
Jan 13, 2022
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The storm, which was effective in the Marmara, Aegean, and the Black Sea, affected the fish stalls. The storm, which has been effective for two days, negatively affects the Balıkesir Metropolitan Municipality Bandırma Fish Market. Due to the storm, when fish were scarce, their prices increased. The Fishhouse remained empty. Fishermen are waiting for the storm to end in Balıkhane, where some fishermen tradesmen have closed their shutters due to the shortage of fish. Fisherman Barış Yıldız stated that horse mackerel, scallops, and local anchovy turned into fish and said, “The weather has been stormy and cold for two days.
The storm, which was effective in Marmara, Aegean and Black Sea, affected fish stalls. The storm, which has been effective for two days, negatively affects the Balıkesir Metropolitan Municipality Bandırma Fish Market. Due to the storm, the fish came in low prices, and the fish house remained empty. Fishermen are waiting for the storm to subside in Balıkhane, where some fishermen have closed their shutters due to the shortage of fish. Fisherman Barış Yıldız stated that horse mackerel, scallops and local anchovy turned into fish and said, “The weather has been stormy and cold for two days. The fish is not coming, it is coming less. When fish is scarce, prices go up. Horse mackerel, scallops and local anchovy arrived in our fish shop today. ...
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