While overall seafood consumption in the United States has fallen, restaurateurs and research confirm that consumers are showing more interest in certain types of fish and shellfish. Menu research firm Datassential lists more than 80 seafood items that are appearing on more menus now versus a year ago. Many of those items, such as branzino and striped bass, are starting from a relatively low base, appearing on fewer than 2 percent of all menus monitored by Datassential. But others, such as ...
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