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Why does everyone want to eat tilapia now?

Asked: Marry Mee, Last Updated:

Many people love tilapia because it is relatively affordable and doesn't taste very fishy. However, scientific studies have highlighted concerns about tilapia's fat content. Several reports also raise questions surrounding tilapia farming practices.

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