U.S. seafood consumption continues to decline

11/12/2013 | Nation's Restaurant News (free registration)

Americans are consuming on average just 14.6 pounds of seafood per year, a 14% decline since 2006, although many restaurants report an increase in demand, according to the National Fisheries Institute. "I actually see a huge increase in both fish and vegetable consumption in the restaurant world," said David Santos, chef of Louro in New York City. "However, I think that people are eating far less fish at home and that is the cause for the drop-off."

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