BOSTON -- The seafood category is being transformed by increasingly higher margin demands from consolidated chains operating under the burden of stepped-up profit pressures. Such forces on the department will determine future development of the category, and may include the addition of more self-service stations and less fresh product, according to a panel of experts who discussed the topic of retail seafood profitability at the International Boston Seafood Show. "We couldn't have foreseen ...
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