PORTLAND, Maine -- Private-label seafood, once the lonesome province of the humble and ubiquitous fish stick, now includes a sprinkling of gourmet entrees with fancy foreign names and ingenious ingredients. But that's just the start of private-label seafood's evolution -- many more creative products are in the pipeline, expected to emerge within the next few months. Retailers don't offer private-label items merely for the thrill of seeing the store's name on a product, so what's the ...
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