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Is red tilapia better?

Asked: Jason Bruno, Last Updated:

They are believed to have whiter meat and fewer issues with off-flavored meat. Consumers are willing to pay a higher price for Red Tilapia but they have to be sold with the skin on to take advantage of their attractive red coloration. Filleted Red Tilapia has no market advantage over the same product from Nile Tilapia.

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