CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Star Market Co., based here, has been commended by Massachussets Governor William Weld for its participation in his Seafood Task Force's "Making a Splash" campaign. and yellowtail flounder. Since September, Star Market has been promoting local species such as mackerel, red hake, whiting and herring. "We tried a couple of the items that were underutilized species, and the customers took to it -- it went really well," said Jeff Foster, seafood buyer for the chain. "Then ...

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