2. Imitation crab meat is popular

The word "imitation" doesn't appear to turn people off this food. In 2010, Americans consumed twice as much pollock, or imitation crab, as crab itself. Perhaps this can be credited to sushi's rise as an entree of choice, or maybe it means consumers love saving money.

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