SEATTLE -- Central Market here took consumer education to a new level recently when it brought a group of college-level nutrition/dietetics students into its seafood department for a morning-long class. Central Market, one of six units owned and operated by Town & Country Market, an independent retail group, collaborated with National Seafood Educators, Richmond Beach, Wash., to bring the future dietitians up to speed on seafood's health benefits and on the handling and preparation of ...

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