BOSTON - Kings Supermarkets, Parsippany, N.J., announced at the International Boston Seafood Show here at the Boston Convention Center that it is working with the Midcoast Fisherman's Association, Port Clyde, Maine, to buy seafood from the cooperative. The benefits of the partnership, according to Tony Ruccio, director, seafood sales and merchandising, Kings, include a very short supply chain of two to three days, full traceability and transparency, product quality and freshness, ...

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