BRAMPTON, Ontario — As part of its long-term plan to ultimately source all seafood sold in its stores from sustainable fisheries by 2013, Loblaw Cos. Thursday removed all fish that the company has identified as “at risk” from select corporate stores throughout Canada. Rather than immediately replacing the fish that were removed, Loblaw’s seafood departments left empty trays in their seafood counters, creating a visual message to help educate customers about sustainable seafood choices. The ...

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