NEW YORK -- Opening a new door for retailers and restaurateurs who want to demonstrate a commitment to environmental issues, a group of operators has joined a program that encourages them to buy only sustainable species of seafood from certified fisheries. Shaw's Supermarkets, East Bridgewater, Mass.; Whole Foods Market, Austin, Texas; and the Allston, Mass.-based restaurant chain Legal Sea Foods announced that they were joining the initiative. The Marine Stewardship Council, based in ...

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