WASHINGTON — Seafood from Canada has been boycotted by a number of U.S. supermarkets and restaurants in an effort to end Canada’s annual seal hunt. The companies have joined the Humane Society of the United States’ ProtectSeals Campaign, which encourages companies to shift buying away from Canada’s seafood in an effort to convince the Canadian government to put a stop to the annual seal hunt. Much has been written in the consumer press about the brutality of the seal hunt, which includes the ...

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