Quote Originally Posted by noel View Post
Apparently we catch lots of mackerel around the UK, and currently sell most of it to the EU. I wonder if tastes will change post-brexit and whether there will be much of an effect on price (cheaper for UK-caught fish, more expensive for EU-caught fish).

It's hard to estimate from the news stories. As they say "what's that got to do with the price of fish?"
Yes it's interesting.

Red Fish is another one, almost entirely exported to France. I was at Newlyn fish market a few years ago and a lot of the catch was shipped to France after purchase.

But if they can afford to do that now, which involved freezer wagons in Uk to airport then flying the fish across, I doubt single figure import duty will be an issue.
Quota might be though.

Some Norwegian Salmon Farm companies set up processing over in Poland. Even though they are EEA there were still issues with processed fish, so they shipped the unprocessed fish to Poland to get around the measures.

Not sure if that is still the case.

So maybe that will be the same for UK landed fish, that processed will be more problematic.