Heads up, fried fish. Your days as king of restaurant seafood may be numbered. The amount of nonfried fish being ordered at restaurants is nipping at your fins, even as the total amount of seafood purchased declines. 
 According to the latest data from The NPD Group, increasingly health-conscious consumers are more often forgoing fried fish in favor of fish that is baked, broiled, grilled or raw. 
 “It’s definitely the fried — whether [general] fried seafood or fried fish ...

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