BOSTON -- New seafood products, the latest advances in food-safety techniques and retail seafood profitability are a few of the topics that will be addressed during seminars at the 20th annual International Boston Seafood Show. More than 750 companies and organizations from 70 countries will exhibit seafood and related products at the Hynes Convention Center, Tuesday through Thursday, March 12 to 14. A dozen educational sessions will run during show hours over the three-day period. The ...

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