SEATTLE (FNS) -- Consumers may be wild about wild seafood, but distribution challenges can drive retailers crazy. While demand is growing for wild product, getting it safely to stores requires foresight, dedication and, in some cases, creative thinking, according to retailer panelists speaking at the Wild Seafood Exchange here. "People just want to eat wild salmon," said Keith Harris, director of purchasing for Seattle-based Select Fish, a seafood sourcing business owned by Whole Foods ...

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