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Why Is Lobster So Expensive — and Will it Stay That Way?

Why Is Lobster So Expensive — and Will it Stay That Way?

Lobster has long been associated with fine dining. But could newly imposed tariffs change that? HowStuffWorks looks at lobster's tanking price.


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