FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- A number of retailers around the country are taking traditional fish chowder one step further by introducing customers to a more exotic variety, one made with conch. Dishes made with conch, a large mollusk native to warm, tropical waters, have long held appeal in homes and food service establishments throughout south Florida and the Caribbean. Now, with the popularity of regional and ethnic foods on the rise, marketers see an opportunity to promote the chowder on a ...

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