MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu plans to expand the sustainable sourcing of its wild-caught seafood by 2015, the retailer announced in a statement on Thursday. Supervalu, who has collaborated with the Marine Stewardship Council for the past year, will entirely source its top 20 wild-caught seafood products "from sustainable fisheries or those on a clear pathway to sustainability by 2015," the retailer said. The seafood will come from fisheries certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, as well ...

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