As each Easter the christian tradition Pray avoid eating red meat, especially on Good Friday, and instead eat fish. According to religion, this is how the death of Jesus on the cross is honored. Within this framework and with the country’s inflationary context, we wonder How much is the fish?
For this we visit the North Market of Córdoba. According to a stallholder at the fair, the products most requested by people are; hake, tuna loin and silverside. The kilo of these varieties costs $2,000. Another alternative that is highly demanded by the people of Cordoba these days is the voguewhich is sold to $2,800 a kilo.
The options cheaper economic are the shad ($1,100 per kilo) and the cornalitos ($1,000). It more expensive are the seafood assortments to make paella whose kilo is around $3,700. Meanwhile, pink salmon has a value of $11,500 per kilo. The merchants indicated that this increased by 15% in 10 days, but people still buy it.
Hours of the North Market at Easter
Thursday from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Friday from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Saturday from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Coverage Gustavo Bee Sellares and Nahuel Granja
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