Good for the sole

Bavota, Michael F.
September 2006
Progressive Grocer;9/1/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 12, p90
Trade Publication
The article discusses the important role of flatfish in the commercial food distribution network. By any other label, the versatile flounder/sole is consumer-friendly. Since flounders have white meat and a flaky texture, most restaurants and supermarkets offer some type of the fish. The benefit to the consumer is a reasonably priced, healthy entree. The most popular combinations are crab stuffing, and spinach with cheese and other flavors.


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