Cornish fishermen forced to re-name catch after Brexit to appeal to British customers

Cornish fishermen have drawn up a detailed plan to sell more of their catch to UK customers as post-Brexit sales to the EU nose dive, and want to rebrand the names of some species to make them more appealing. Megrim and spider crab – two of the biggest catches for boats in the county – are set to be given the more appetising names of Cornish sole and Cornish King crab. Until the UK’s Brexit transition period expired on December 31, about 95 percent of megrim and 85 percent of spider crabs landed by Cornish trawlers was exported to the EU. >click to read< 08:46

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