BOSTON — Returning from a difficult 2008 and facing a gloomy outlook for 2009, retailers, suppliers and restaurant owners gathered here for the International Boston Seafood Show last week to discuss ways to increase or simply maintain profit in an industry struggling with changing consumer purchasing behaviors and rising prices on many items. “This has been a year of never-ending change, and one key characteristic of the true seafood leaders this year has been one of resilience,” said Lee ...

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