09 May '11, 12pm

Supervalu Casts a Net for 100% Sustainable Seafood by 2015

Supervalu Casts a Net for 100% Sustainable Seafood by 2015

MINNEAPOLIS, MN — Grocery giant Supervalu is putting its weight behind sustainable seafood with plans to source its best-selling fish entirely from sustainable sources in the next four years. Supervalu operates more than 2,500 stores through its network that includes the Save-A-Lot, Lucky, Albertsons, Farm Fresh and Shop 'N Save chains. After investigating its supply chain with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for more than a year, the company set down a goal last week to purchase 100 percent of its top 20 wild-caught seafood from fisheries following sustainable practices by 2015. Fisheries will meet that criteria is they are certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, being assessed for certification or working with the WWF to improve their operations. Research by Supervalu and WWF found that 40 percent of the 20 seafood products already come from fisheries that are certifi...

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