AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market is casting a larger net for its seafood supply, acquiring a distributor/processor in Seattle and creating a new distribution center in Atlanta for Caribbean and South American species in space left over by the retailer's purchase of Harry's Farmers Market in 2001. officials. The acquired company, Select Fish, Seattle, will process catches from Northern California up into Alaska, including salmon, halibut, spot prawns, Dungeness crab and black cod. The ...

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