CINCINNATI -- Kroger Co. teamed up this year with the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute and two other suppliers at a seafood event that attracted record crowds. Kroger, joining local area restaurants at the Great Inland Seafood Festival for the third year in a row, was the only supermarket chain participating. The giant retailer made its presence known with banners and balloons at a booth staffed by volunteers who whipped up seafood entrees in a hurry at a grill. "Like last year, we were ...

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