Shrimp, once again, topped the list of American's favorite seafoods in 2019, according to new figures released Wednesday by the National Fisheries Institute (NFI).

Salmon, Alaska pollock and canned tuna all made gains, with salmon crossing the 3-pounds-per-person mark for the first time.

The Top 10 most consumed species represent 14.28 pounds of the overall 19.2 pounds per capital consumption for 2019.

In previous years, the Top 10 list has made up an outsized portion of US seafood consumption, nearly 90 percent.