PITTSBURGH — As part of a new arrangement with the nonprofit Sustainable Fisheries Partnership, Giant Eagle will be evaluating its suppliers and creating a sustainable sourcing strategy for its wild and farmed seafood. “SFP will be doing an evaluation of our suppliers' current sustainability management, and will rate each partner accordingly,” Dan Donovan, a Giant Eagle spokesman, told SN. “After reviewing the evaluations, we will ask those partners determined to have an opportunity to ...

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