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The war also changed the side-dish menu in South Korea as the price of pollock jumped

전쟁이 밥상-술상 메뉴도 바꿨다… 명태값 뛰자 조기 118% 더 팔려
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South Korea
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Apr 11, 2022
From Donga
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A restaurant in Jung-gu, Incheon is reducing the regular meals of Kodari Gangjeong and Dongtaetang, which were regular menus until last year, and increasing the frequency of side dishes with mackerel instead. This is because the price of pollock has soared more than 40% this year. Nutritionist A said, “The wholesale market meridian price jumped from 30,000 won last year to 50,000 won this month. "I'm worried that the supply of pollock will decrease further in the future," he said.
King crab that is highly dependent on Russian products Distribution of consumption among lobster-blue crab-red crab A kindergarten in Jung-gu, Incheon is reducing the regular meals of Kodari Gangjeong and Dongtaetang, which were regular menus until last year, and increasing the frequency of side dishes with mackerel instead. This is because the price of pollock has soared more than 40% this year. Nutritionist A said, “The wholesale market meridian price jumped from 30,000 won last year to 50,000 won this month. "I'm worried that the supply of pollock will decrease further in the future," he said. As the price of some seafood has soared due to the prolonged Russian invasion of Ukraine, demand for alternative products is increasing. The price pressure is affecting not only the side dishes at the table, but also the preference for side dishes and sashimi. According to last month's seafood sales of Gmarket, an online shopping mall, on the 10th, sales of pollock, which ...
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