Seafood soup offerings are becoming more widespread, according to a recent report from the Foodservice Research Institute. Surveying its MenuMine database of 1,490 chain, independent and non-commercial foodservice operators, the institute found that 21.7 percent of the operators currently have a seafood soup or chowder on their menus, up from 17.7 percent in 2005. Casual chains particularly enjoy offering seafood soups, with 36.6 percent putting them on the menu, the report said. A survey ...

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