SEATTLE -- It goes without saying that the supermarket business is competitive. But never is this more apparent than on a single day in early May, when Northwest-area retailers prepare for the annual Copper River salmon race. Rick Cavanaugh, seafood director of Queen Anne Thriftway in Seattle, hopes to make it a third annual win when the race to bring home the first Copper River, Alaska, King salmon begins May 13 at 7 p.m. Copper River has the first big wild salmon run of the year and ...

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