ORLANDO, Fla. -- Supermarkets are not meeting the expectations of most heavy fish eaters when it comes to the quality of their fresh fish and seafood, according to research presented at the National Fisheries Institute Convention here. In a study of consumer attitudes and behavior with regard to fresh fish consumption, only 17% of heavy fish eaters -- defined as those who eat fish at least 11 times in a three-month period -- said the product in supermarkets meets their expectations for ...

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