CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. has announced new details regarding the company’s progress toward its seafood sustainability goals as well as the next phase of its partnership with the World Wildlife Fund. An internal company analysis has indicated that more than half of the top 20 wild-caught seafood species sold in Kroger stores are certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, the company noted in a release. Kroger plans to have 100% of its top 20 wild-caught species sourced from MSC certified ...

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