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Title: A study of the trade in Smoked-Dried Fish From West Africa to th United Kingdom
Authors: Ansen, W.
ASFA Terms: Smoked products
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: FAO
Citation: FAO Fisheries Circular No. 981. 24 p.
Abstract: The quantity of smoked fish from West Africa entering the United Kingdom is estimated to be in the region of 500 tonnes per year with a retail value of £5.8 to £9.35 million. Approximately 120 tonnes arrives by airfreight, a significant proportion of the remainder is thought to be entering as accompanied baggage and product is also arriving overland from mainland Europe. Nigeria currently exports approximately 5 tonnes of smoked fish per month as airfreight - 60 tonnes per annum. Most of this is via Gatwick Airport. The other major exporting countries are Ghana, the Ivory Coast and Cameroon....
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/914
ISBN: 0429-9329
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