The old quip, “Just because I’m paranoid doesn’t mean someone isn’t out to get me,” often elicits a chuckle and may be uttered more frequently by foodservice purchasing executives than by their peers in other departments.Foodservice buyers who worry that their seafood orders are under-count, underweight or contain the wrong species may be relieved, if not angry, to learn that their concerns have enough basis in reality to have spurred action by the National Fisheries Institute.McLean, ...

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