AMERICANS INCREASE SEAFOOD CONSUMPTION od in the United States grew an impressive 7.1% in 2002, topping 4.5 billion pounds of domestic and imported product, according to just-released statistics compiled by the Commerce Department's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Per-capita consumption grew almost a full pound from 2001 figures, reaching 15.6 pounds. Of that, a record 11 pounds were fresh or frozen fish/shellfish, 4.3 pounds were canned and the remaining 0.3 pound were ...

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