A display at a Rouses Markets store in New Orleans.
Considering the recurring supply issues with key products and a persistent sales slump over the past few years, there’s some surprising news for seafood: 2013 was a pretty good year. “Overall, from both a dollars and a pounds standpoint, it’s been very consistent. Probably one of the more consistent ones throughout fresh for the year,” said Jeff Josselyn, senior director of meat and seafood procurement at Ahold USA. Josselyn’s observations, which match industry ...
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