BOSTON - At the 24th annual International Boston Seafood Show, the catch included tons of new products, a boatload of value-added items and even some new species of fish. An estimated 15,000 to 16,000 people from 80 countries attended the show, which featured a remarkably large exhibition floor. IBSS and Seafood Processing America attracted 846 exhibitors, a 6% increase over last year's total. When they weren't checking out the exhibits, attendees brushed up on their industry know-how at the ...

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