SEATTLE (FNS) - New Leaf Community Markets completely eliminated non-sustainable seafood items, and, in the process, educated consumers about fishing methods and their environmental impact. "We wanted our customers to know our commitment to fisheries and that we supported sustainable seafood and that we support small fishers," said Sarah Miles, marketing director for New Leaf, a chain of five stores based here. The company overhauled its approach to seafood in 2003, and at that time, ...

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