Pangasius are indigenous to the Mekong Delta in Vietnam. They grow fast; their flesh is white and firm. They don’t have many bones, can be easily fileted and — even halfway round the world in Europe — they are cheap. The prime foreign market used to be the United States. But then an import levy was imposed, so the fish now head in the other direction.
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