BOSTON -- Seafood retailers were hunting for new product ideas and trends among the three packed floors of stalls at the International Boston Seafood Show. In interviews on the show floor, retailers and other attendees told SN they'd hooked some good ones, too, such as value-added and meals-oriented products, and salmon in many forms. They said the show appeared bigger and more sophisticated than in years past, and that it reflected important developments in technology and display ...

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