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Volume 32 Edition No. 9

Top Story: GMO labeling a sticky situation for seafood

Table of Contents


  • Special Feature: Urban seafood processing? Get outta here!


  • Editor's Note: Tariffs not a long-term market solution
  • Point of View - Case study: independent retail success

Retail & Foodservice

  • Networking - Diego Oka, Executive chef, La Mar Cebicheria Peruana, San Francisco
  • What's in Store: California supplier dishes on AmazonFresh
  • Retail Report - Year-end drives department 
  • Behind the Line: Restaurants turn social media into sales


  • Top Species: Wild salmon in Alaska? Think pink
  • Trade Tracker: Alaska pollock exports up 15 percent

Processing & Distribution

  • Processing Survey: Profit margins are tight for seafood processors


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21-23 April 2015
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