SAN FRANCISCO (FNS) -- In a city where a major tourist attraction is Fisherman's Wharf, where seafood restaurants pack the waterfront and where the Pacific Ocean creates the climate, fresh seafood is a strong seller at many supermarkets in the San Francisco metropolitan area. Fresh-fish brokers and wholesalers described the Bay area as a huge market for seafood, and noted that supermarkets here do better than most chains around the country in displaying and selling fresh fish. Retail ...

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