The late bloomer of value-added perishables is finally coming into its own, say retailers who are beginning to tune into value-added seafood's profit-earning potential, health benefits and ability to increase variety at the seafood case. According to a study on seafood market trends, carried out by Find/SVP, New York, value-added -- which is defined as any fish product that has undergone further preparation or processing -- has been identified by market analysts as the sector likely to show ...

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