MISSOULA, Mont. — Nearly 1,100 Supervalu-owned Albertsons stores have agreed to post mercury advisories on store seafood cases nationwide in response to a year-long campaign by two environmental groups here, Women's Voices for the Earth and Oceana. “Supervalu has posted in its stores an informational brochure regarding mercury levels in fish that is available for free to customers at all Albertsons, Acme, Jewel-Osco and Shaw's stores,” Supervalu spokeswoman Haley Meyer said. “We have ...

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