Gleaming, low-slung, mostly open cases artfully filled with a sweeping array of fabulous fishes: That's the display ideal for upscale markets with strong full-service seafood departments. But given today's heightened concerns about food safety, these shiny eye-grabbers must do more than show off their high-quality, low-fat, heart-healthy contents to maximum advantage. "I was visiting a store in another state recently and the seafood in the case was in styrofoam trays, wrapped in plastic, ...
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