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The USDA recommends eating two servings of fish twice a week, and the perfect sea-dweller to satisfy those suggestions is tilapia! Tilapia is a mild, affordable fish that is low in calories, packs a whopping 21 grams of protein in a 4 oz. fillet and only has 1.5 grams of fat. Looking to please the finicky eater in your house? This versatile fish takes on the flavor of any sauce you cook it in! You can enjoy tilapia equally whether it’s baked, broiled, sauteed or steamed. This succulent fish is sourced from South America, raised in pristine conditions. Bon appétit!

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