HAGGEN TO CERTIFY LOW MERCURY CONTENT IN SEAFOOD
BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Haggen food stores, the 33-unit retailer based here, has announced that it will test and certify all of its finned seafood for low mercury content. “It is a marketing tool, but more importantly it's the right thing to do,” Russ Casteel, seafood buyer for TOP Food and Haggen stores told the Bellingham Herald recently. “We can say with confidence what the mercury levels are, and that can help guide consumers to specific ...
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