BOSTON -- A seafood contractor and former retailer blasted supermarket seafood departments for their quality problems during a meeting preceding the annual International Boston Seafood Show here. Independent seafood contractor Phil Walsh said he hasn't seen much in the way of progress when it comes to the quality of seafood displayed at retail. "I think there are some real bright spots, [but] I think the great bloom is off from the '80s, when there was concentration on [seafood] and ...

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