When disaster strikes, supermarkets offer "a suitable alternative for the customer so that they have choice when they get to the seafood case."
Even with today’s global supply chains, extreme weather events and other disasters can still wreak havoc on the seafood industry. When catastrophes occur, supermarkets are often left scrambling to make up the lost product. Retailers and industry experts that spoke with SN described varying approaches for reacting and preparing for these types of disasters. Last October, Hurricane Sandy’s destructive path up the Eastern seaboard temporarily devastated the regional seafood ...
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