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Anonymous asked in TravelAustraliaGeneral - Australia · 1 month ago

Is flake in fish and chip shops all over Australia caught locally, or imported from south africa as the BBC report showed?

Update:

Armor where did u cut/paste that

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Sorry this is a cut and paste as I don't Know much about catching fish I just Love Fish and Chips

    The most common fish and chips fish after basa in Australia is New Zealand hoki. More hoki is caught in New Zealand each year than Australia’s total annual fish catchment. “Hoki can be a good fish, though,” said Hodges. “It’s absolutely great eating for fish and chips.”

    Flathead is one of the best fried fish choices but it is less common than it was 20 years ago due its price. “Skinless boneless hoki is about $8 a kilo to a chipper, whereas boneless flathead is around $60 a kilogram,” said Susman.

    Hake harvested in South Africa and New Zealand is the “third king of the batter” said Susman because it is “consistent, white, flavourless and moist”.

    and Australia has no Problem trading with our nest door neighbours travel room Pearth in a straight line west and there is South Africa

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    As long as Centrelink continues , no-one cares. 

  • 1 month ago

    it is imported into Australia . it is OK for sharks to eat humans so they cannot be caught in Australia 

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