Two new seafood programs have been created by the National Training Branch of the Department of Commerce's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency to help retailers identify degrees of quality in seafood and to help them make money selling it. The Seafood Sensory Workshop will train seafood personnel to recognize varying degrees of quality in product through smell, sight and taste, then identify the degrees of quality using a new, common language for the different quality levels. "This ...

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