A $1 an kg fish scales is now a mere $1, a 50 per cent reduction in price from its current price.
The price is $2.25 an kg.
In other words, the price has fallen to a level that can be used for most items.
The catch also looks to be getting cheaper.
The average price for fish scales dropped from $2,500 per tonne in 2016 to $2 a tonne.
The fishery, which is one of Australia’s largest, has seen the prices of other items, such as salt, oil, kangaroo meat, and kangaroos, drop too.
“We’re just now starting to see the impact of the price decline on the fishery,” Mr Stinson said.
“This is something that has been on the radar of us for some time, but it hasn’t really hit the market in a meaningful way until now.” “
The fish price drop has had an immediate impact on consumers. “
This is something that has been on the radar of us for some time, but it hasn’t really hit the market in a meaningful way until now.”
The fish price drop has had an immediate impact on consumers.
A survey by Food Trends, an Australian company that tracks food trends, found that Australians were more likely to buy seafood from the online marketplace site Alibaba.
The online marketplace has a strong reputation for providing quality products.
The group said it found that more than 70 per cent of people who used Alibaba in the past year bought seafood from a third-party source.
“For those who are buying online, Alibaba offers a significant discount on their buying power,” Mr Smith said.
The retail industry, which has been the focus of consumer criticism of the Chinese government’s anti-graft laws, has also seen a drop in sales.
The Food Industry Association (FIA), an industry group, has noted that Australian seafood prices have dropped from a peak of $6.99 per ton in the late 1990s to $3.15 a ton this year.