Could fish markets suffer when customers start buying from the wharf?

The Newfoundland and Labrador government announced this week it is relaxing rules for people buying fresh local seafood right from the wharf, to give individuals and restaurants greater access to fresh fish. A fish market owner in Twillingate says letting people buy seafood right from those that harvest it could hurt his business. While the new rules might be good for customers, who will have access to better products at cheaper prices, Watkins worries about how the new regulations will affect the bottom line of fish markets like the one he owns. Read the rest here 13:08

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