Consumers are really trying to eat more fruits and vegetables, but when the entrées arrive at the restaurant table, all eyes are on the center of the plate. Consumers are becoming self-educated. “America’s food IQ has grown because of the Food Network and the Internet,” says Owen Tilley, chef for High Liner Foods. “Also, there are widespread health concerns and a new food pyramid that shows how you’re supposed to eat seafood all the time, not just on ...

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