Sushi restaurants feel effects of Ukraine crisis

Seafood restaurants are feeling some unintended side effects of the Ukraine crisis. Many airlines have been banned from flying over Russia, and that’s disrupted the flow of seafood to Asia. Notably, Norwegian salmon is in short supply, and prices are double the level before the war.
In response to the tight supply, several sushi chains and seafood restaurants have raised their menu prices or stopped serving salmon altogether. Speaking on Wednesday, Taiwan’s agriculture minister encouraged the public to replace salmon with domestically produced fish, such as grouper and milkfish.
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