Stock Up On Seafood For Chinese New Year?

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An article in the Straits Times Singapore says several fishermen associations across Malaysia have urged consumers to stock up on food for the upcoming Chinese New Year next year, particularly on seafood, because of erratic weather that has made it difficult for Malaysian fishermen to go out to sea.

The associations say even though the monsoon has not started, the weather is already so bad that deep sea trawlers are reducing trips out from weekly to once every week or once a month, adding that a deep sea trawler trip usually lasts five to seven days.

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To keep fish and others fresh, the advice to customers is to wrap it in layers of old newspaper and fishermen are already looking into catching fish that has high prices during Chinese New Year, which is 10 weeks away.

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