BOSTON -- Sourcing seafood for supermarkets is rapidly becoming an international game, and that foreign influence is going to be a guiding force for seafood sales growth in the supermarket, according to Mike Kennally, vice president of seafood for The Golub Corp., Schenectady, N.Y. "I believe that in the next century, our seafood buyers are going to have to get closer to the processor overseas," Kennally told attendees at the leadership summit of the International Seafood Show here. He ...

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