This packet infers that a fishing boat left China, took the arctic route along the Russian coast to the north Atlantic, caught some haddock, chugged back to China along the Russian coast and landed its catch. This was packed into an Asda bag in a Chinese port such as Shanghai and then shipped to the UK. Was that journey in a refrigerated ship via the Suez canal, or air-freighted? No wonder the environmentalists say the Chinese fishing industry could not survive without government subsidies. Is this a Chinese attempt to get a world monopoly on ocean fishing? I prefer my haddock direct from the Atlantic, without travelling half-way round the world twice. Does anyone have any hard information on what is going on here?