ORLANDO, Fla. -- Even before the U.S. government gave seafood an official nod in the new food pyramid, seafood consumption was showing signs of growth, according to a new consumer survey. than half of U.S. adults who've ever eaten seafood said they're eating more seafood today than they were five years ago. Furthermore, about two in five seafood eaters, or 41%, said they eat seafood because recent studies suggest it's healthy for the heart, the survey showed. More than three in four ...
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