BOSTON -- Last year, e-commerce was little more than a gleam in the eyes of the seafood industry, but this year nearly a dozen Web sites devoted to the selling of seafood over the Internet were represented in some fashion at the annual International Boston Seafood Show. Although e-commerce was a hot topic all around the exhibiton floor, most retailers participating in panel discussions, including one devoted strictly to e-commerce, said they aren't sourcing seafood on the Web -- at least ...

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