SEATTLE -- At Queen Anne Thriftway here, seafood manager Rick Cavanaugh has been busy redefining supermarket seafood for the past 10 years -- and he's not done yet. Cavanaugh's 12-linear-foot, four-deck, multilevel seafood case, located towards the front of the store, is his platform for proving to his customers that supermarket seafood can indeed be fresh and of high quality. There are usually about 30 different kinds of fish and seafood displayed in that space, according to Cavanaugh, ...
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