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The end of fish and chips? Rising prices threaten a British tradition

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Inflation reached a 40-year peak of 9% in April, the highest in the G7. A third of fish and chip shops are at risk of going bust this year due to a "perfect storm" of price pressures. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has driven up fuel and electricity prices, further increasing the cost of catching, and frying, fish.
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Times of India

The end of fish and chips? Rising prices threaten a British tradition - Times of India

UK News: A third of fish and chip shops are at risk of going bust this year due to a "perfect storm" of price pressures, according to insolvency firm Company D

1 month ago·Mumbai, India
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Reuters

The end of fish and chips? Rising prices threaten a British tradition

At west London's Hooked Fish and Chips, Bally Singh is struggling to keep the tills ringing for a British tradition, with prices sky-rocketing for fish, potatoes, cooking oil and even the flour used for the batter the dish is cooked in.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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IBTimes

The End Of Fish And Chips? Rising Prices Threaten A British Tradition

At west London's Hooked Fish and Chips, Bally Singh is struggling to keep the tills ringing for a British tradition, with prices sky-rocketing for fish, potatoes, cooking oil and even the flour used for the batter the dish is cooked in. Cranking up their bubbling oil friers only to see customers stay at home, Singh and thousands of other normally thriving "chippies" across the island nation are navigating the economic fallout of the Ukraine war…

1 month ago·United States
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Today

The end of fish and chips? Rising prices threaten a British tradition

WEST DRAYTON (England) — At west London's Hooked Fish and Chips, Mr Bally Singh is struggling to keep the tills ringing for a British tradition, with prices sky-rocketing for fish, potatoes, cooking oil and even the flour used for the batter the dish is cooked in.

1 month ago·Singapore
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Financial Post

The end of fish and chips? Rising prices threaten a British tradition

WEST DRAYTON -- At west London's Hooked Fish and Chips, Bally Singh is struggling to keep the tills ringing for a British tradition, with prices sky-rocketing for fish, potatoes, cooking oil and even the flour used for the batter the dish is cooked in. Read More

1 month ago·Canada
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Otago Daily Times

Rising prices threaten Britain's fish and chips tradition

Bally Singh at his Hooked Fish and Chips shop in West London. Photo: Reuters At West London's Hooked Fish and Chips, Bally Singh is struggling to keep the tills ringing for a British tradition, with prices sky-rocketing for fish, potatoes, cooking oil and even the flour used for the batter the dish is cooked in.

1 month ago
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