ARLINGTON, Va. -- Americans seem to know what kind of seafood they like. For each of the last seven years, tuna and shrimp have been the two most consumed species in the United States, according to seafood consumption statistics released by the National Fisheries Institute here. In 1993, Americans consumed 3.5 pounds of tuna and 2.5 pounds of shrimp in edible weight per capita. The same amounts of each were consumed in 1992, according to the study. Alaska pollock, at 1.2 pounds in edible ...
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