SEAFOOD HAS BRIGHT FUTURE IF MARKETED WELL, SAYS PANEL

BOSTON -- Retail seafood managers caught in the store-level tide of consolidation have a number of options to boost sales and protect margins, according to panelists speaking at the International Boston Seafood Show."The labor problem remains the biggest one faced by stores" especially in this time of increasing consolidation, said moderator Howard M. Johnson, president of H.M. Johnson & Associates.Describing

BOSTON -- Retail seafood managers caught in the store-level tide of consolidation have a number of options to boost sales and protect margins, according to panelists speaking at the International Boston Seafood Show.

"The labor problem remains the biggest one faced by stores" especially in this time of increasing consolidation, said moderator Howard M. Johnson, president of H.M. Johnson & Associates.

Describing what he calls "the new retail paradigm," Johnson said retailer

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