AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market yesterday announced that it has implemented new standards for its farmed seafood that will require vendor partners to successfully pass an independent, third-party audit ensuring that their aquaculture operations have a minimal impact on the environment. The operations must work in a way that does not harm sensitive habitats such as wetlands and mangrove forests, and must monitor water quality to prevent pollution. Farm-to-fork traceability will also be ...

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