A report found that the sales of some nonseafood items rise even higher than seafood sales do during Lent

A report found that the sales of some non-seafood items rise even higher than seafood sales do during Lent.

GrubHub: Consumers want more than seafood during Lent

Some non-seafood items sell even better

Restaurants that focus on seafood during Lent might be missing an opportunity, according to data from GrubHub.

The online food ordering service found that although seafood orders rise on Fridays by about 4 percent nationally during the 40-day period before Easter, other items sell even better.

Many restaurants offer seafood specials during Lent — Feb. 18 to April 4 this year — to appeal

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