Like the crests and troughs of the turbulent oceans that sustain it, seafood continues to see its retail existence fluctuate along a slow but steady wave of growth, as value-added products and further-prepared items keep the market afloat among freshness and preparation concerns. According to several industry insiders interviewed by SN, the keys to keeping wind in value-added seafood's sails -- and sales -- are consumer education and old-fashioned perseverance. As one of the last ...

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