A growing number of retailers are taking a fresh look at their seafood departments, following a boost in consumer interest and a flurry of federally approved health claims promoting the category. Tidyman's, of Greenacres, Wash., is among those progressive operators that are determined to use seafood to drive up sales and sharpen its image in the marketplace with a new merchandising plan -- and it's working, officials said. Already, the program has been rolled out to five stores, where it ...
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