BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores here has discontinued sales of fresh seafood in its Florida supercenter locations, according to a report in the St. Petersburg Times. Company officials have said that declining demand was responsible for the move, and that the Gulf of Mexico oil spill did not play a role in Wal-Mart’s decision. However, published reports have speculated that rising seafood prices due to the spill may have been partly responsible for any recent slump in demand. Wal-Mart ...

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