BOSTON -- Innovative new web sites and services for seafood on the Internet, offering everything from up-to-date international prices to in-depth industry information, were a hot topic on the floor and during a seminar at the International Boston Seafood Show. While providers of a variety of Internet options excitedly expounded the virtues of what they called a seemingly limitless new medium, retailers' puzzled faces often showed their doubts as to what direct benefits the wilds of ...
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