After Short-Term Rejuvenation, Chinese Salmon Market Runs into More Trouble
On June 11, traces of the coronavirus was found on a salmon cutting board at a Beijing market. This has produced disastrous ripple effects, which are even worse than expected. It exerts great influence not only on the country’s salmon industry, which has been trapped with unsellable salmon, but also on some others, such as raw-food restaurants and fresh food import.
An anonymous salmon wholesaler said that his loss from the Chinese New Year to this late June has exceeded 1 million yuan. He had no choice but...
To Read Full Story Login Below.