Even though scarcely two percent of fish and seafood that shows up on American’s plates was caught in the Gulf of Mexico, last year’s horrific oil spill continues to depress seafood consumption. According to a new study by Technomic, 23 percent of consumers say their consumption of seafood at restaurants fell during the time of the oil spill, which is probably not surprising. But even four months later, 19 percent claimed they were still ordering fish less often. “The spill and those ...
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