CHICAGO -- A wave of new market factors has strengthened seafood's potential and promises to keep sales climbing, according to a new study that explored consumer usage and attitudes toward fish and seafood. What's more, retailers can further buoy their sales by tackling the objections consumers have voiced about buying fish and seafood, researchers said. Indeed, SN talked to some retailers who have renewed their commitment to store seafood departments with good results. The findings ...

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