Bit of a fishy tale
Cheshire East Council's trading standards officers have issued an appeal to householders who may have bought fish from a doorstep seller operating in Chelford, Holmes Chapel and Alderley Edge.
A spokesman for Cheshire East trading standards said people have been misled over the quantity of fish they believed they were buying and in some instances were persuaded to spend as much as £300 on fish which officers say were incorrectly labelled.
IF you know the person you're buying fish from, then there's no need for concern.
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