BOSTON -- Although there was no dearth of retailers perusing booths on the floor of the annual International Seafood Show here, the accompanying conference sessions did not seem to address them. Indeed, many of the seafood suppliers speaking, and in attendance, at the show, indicated that for them, supermarket seafood is not a serious business -- a sort of poor relation in comparison with food-service accounts. SN asked a few key participants to elaborate on that attitude toward the trade, ...

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