The goal is to offer shoppers a quality product at an affordable price. When it comes to shrimp, a top seller in supermarket seafood departments, it's a goal retailers are having trouble meeting this summer. Tight shrimp supplies and higher prices are forcing many retailers to substitute their typical offerings with smaller-sized shrimp and sometimes other species of shrimp. Some seafood executives interviewed by SN said they have held back on passing on their higher product costs to ...
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