clams they are going to go up to a 76% compared to last Christmas and the barnacles are going to cost more than 200 euros per kilo and the reason is not only the traditional price increase that always comes on these important dates. He climate change has caused the Galician clam to have died almost entirely.
So much so that experts say that
This Christmas we are not going to eat clams from the Rías and they recommend that if we see them in fishmongers, we should be suspicious. Gloria Serra and his team travel to Portugal to witness something they already suspected: how they fish it in toxic areas. Their buyers are Spanish companies that sell them as Galician clam.
Quite the opposite happens with another of the kings of the table: the
shrimp. To our surprise, it costs 12% less than last year. What is the reason for this price drop? Research Team Discovers why we eat the cheapest prawn of the last decade.
Tonight, ‘Investigation Team: the price of seafood’ on laSexta, starting at 10:30 p.m.