In a collaborative environment, retailers and industry experts offered ideas for merchandising and sustainability at this year's International Boston Seafood Show
Times of hardship have the tendency and potential to create a stronger sense of unity. And it seems that's what the recession has done to the seafood industry, which actually performed quite well last year, despite the tightening of shoppers' budgets. At the International Boston Seafood Show this month, several educational sessions took strides to offer relevant and applicable information for those in the industry to increase sales and improve sustainability. The health of the seafood ...
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