Perceived advantages of fresh over frozen fish/seafood in Great Britain 2014

Reasons why consumers believe fresh fish is better than frozen fish in Great Britain in April 2014

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 1, 2014
Perceived advantages of fresh over frozen fish/seafood in Great Britain 2014 This statistic shows the perceived advantages of fresh fish and seafood consumption over frozen fish by consumers in Great Britain in 2014. Of survey respondents, 49 percent believed fresh fish/seafood is better because the nutrients and health benefits get destroyed during freezing.
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Reasons why consumers believe fresh fish is better than frozen fish in Great Britain in April 2014

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