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Per capita expenditure on fresh fish in Spain in 2014, by type

This statistic shows the average per capita expenditure on several fresh fish types in Spain during 2014. The average person in Spain spent that year 9,6 euros on fresh salmon, the variety on which more money was spent after fresh mackerel.

Average per capita spending on fresh fish in Spain in 2014, by type

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Source

Release date

June 2015

Region

Spain

Survey time period

2014

Supplementary notes

* Processed and preserved anchovies pickled in vinegar that are often seasoned with minced garlic, olive oil and parsley and served in Spain as tapas. They could also be referred to as white anchovies because of the color they turn during the processing.

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