Seafood consumption in the United States continued its seven-year decline, according to the National Fisheries Institute, a seafood industry trade association, but the effect on restaurants might be limited. Citing data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NFI reported that Americans on average ate 14.6 pounds of seafood in 2012, down from 16.5 pounds in 2006 — a drop of nearly 14 percent per person. Most of that decline has occurred since the economic ...
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