With limited supplies of some popular fish, retailers expect to substitute comparable species and rely more heavily on farm-raised products this year. That is according to an SN poll of retailers about predictions for the category in 1995. "Basically, in the seafood area, we have seen a tightening of the fresh fish supplies, and that's due to a lot of things," said Judy Gagnon, spokeswoman for Hannaford Bros., Scarborough, Maine, which operates 119 stores. A major part of that tightening ...

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