BOSTON — It’s been almost two years since the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and it appears many consumers have overcome their former reservations about eating Gulf seafood, according to recent research presented by the Gulf Seafood Marketing Coalition at the International Boston Seafood Show here last month. Via focus groups, online and by telephone surveys, Big Communications and New South Research asked consumers who’d eaten seafood within 90 days whether the oil ...

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