Could global warming change UK fish and chips habits?
Article Date: 2015-04-20
Fish and chips is a classic British dish but rather than cod, plaice, or haddock, global warming means we could be eating John Dory, red mullet, and sardines.
That is the warning from
scientists at the University of Exeter, who say we must broaden our
palates if we want to support the British fishing industry, rather than
importing from further afield.
Catch up with NFFF Treasurer Andrew Crook on BBC Breakfast discussing the matter but also frying different sprecies of fish for his customers to sample.
Follow to link to view the BBC coverage: click here