WASHINGTON — Salmon and tilapia were the big catches in 2005, posting the largest year-over-year increases in consumption among the species tracked by the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration's National Marine Fisheries.
According to the latest figures, for 2005, salmon consumption jumped 13%, to 2.43 pounds per capita, while consumption of farm-raised tilapia rose 21%, to 0.85 pounds.
Tilapia is becoming more popular because, with its mild flavor, it can be prepared in a ...
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