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What color should tilapia be?

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Colors vary between black, red or gold. The most common species in the United States are the prolific Nile tilapia, the hearty blue tilapia and the red-colored Mozambique tilapia. Because it is farmed and distributed efficiently, and harvested year-round, tilapia is sometimes the freshest fish at the market.

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