BETWEEN THE RECESSION AND THE LINGERING EFFECTS of this summer's Gulf oil spill, supermarkets are navigating some choppy waters around the seafood department. That's a tough proposition, especially after many of them have invested heavily in transitioning to a more sustainable line of offerings — oftentimes working with suppliers to retool their operations and ensure the future health of underwater habitats. And yet, creative merchandising has prevailed as supermarkets turn to ...

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