Despite a drop in the average number of overall items offered on restaurant menus since 2008, shrimp’s presence has grown significantly over the past year, according to data from Technomic Inc. Although Americans are seeing a slightly reduced presence of their favorite crustacean in the appetizer category, more menu items offer it as an optional add-on. Additionally, shrimp is experiencing healthy growth on menu entrée sections, and even healthier growth on kids’ menus, ...
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