Seafood is incredibly good for us - and there's much to learn about how to enjoy it, writes Niki Bezzant

For people living in a country with an enormous coastline, Kiwis eat surprisingly little fish and seafood.

In the most recent NZ Adult Nutrition Survey (conducted over 10 years ago) it was found that just 42 per cent of the total population aged over 15 years ate fresh or frozen seafood once or more a week, and 30 per cent ate it less than once a week. A hefty 28 per cent of the adult population said they never ate

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