Popularity 'cray cray' as public gets a taste

Alisha Fogden
December 22 2021 - 4:34pm
FRESH SEAFOOD: Kirkbright Seafood's Emma Whyte and fishmonger Rhys Kirkbright with some freshly-cooked crayfish at their new retail store in Unley.
FRESH SEAFOOD: Kirkbright Seafood's Emma Whyte and fishmonger Rhys Kirkbright with some freshly-cooked crayfish at their new retail store in Unley.

WHILE China's decision to stop crayfish imports was damaging to the Australian industry, the increased affordability of the shellfish meant a greater number of consumers were trying the rich delicacy, helping to increase its popularity.

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Alisha Fogden

Alisha Fogden

senior journalist, cropping editor at Stock Journal

Journalist at Australian Community Media newspapers since 2007.

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