Seafood Business 2014 03

Volume 33 Edition No. 3

Top Story: Feds take a hard look at veterinary drugs

Table of Contents


  • Visitor's Guide: Exhibitors doing business at Seafood Expo
  • Exhibitors, attendees convene in Boston


  • Editor's Note: Preventive measures
  • Point of View: Are third-party audits worth the money?

Retail & Foodservice

  • Retail Report: Shopping trips decrease
  • What's in Store: Lent still has strong impact on seafood sales
  • Behind the Line: Restaurants learn to plan for disaster
  • Networking: Sol Amon, Proprietor, Pure Food Fish Market, Seattle


  • Trade Tracker: Shrimp import value increases 19 percent
  • Top Species: Catfish producers seek stabilization, safety
  • Special Feature: Digging deep into the stalled geoduck trade


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