Fish from the farm are helping supermarkets do a better job of marketing seafood, and are likely to play an even bigger role in seafood departments in the days to come, according to retailers and industry experts. Making steady progress in recent years, aquaculture is now a major component in most retailers' seafood strategies, and the prospects are good for more species to be farmed in numbers that are commercially viable. Experts estimate that probably all the trout and catfish sold in ...

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