BOSTON — Whole Foods Markets scored highest for the number of its products that are labeled humanely raised, a new survey shows. Tied for second place are Shaw's and Publix Super Markets. Tied for second place are Shaw's and Publix Super Markets. Wal-Mart Stores scored near the bottom and Save-A-Lot Food Stores, with no humanely labeled products, was last on the list. The survey, conducted by The World Society for the Protection of Animals, ranked the top 25 (by annual sales) supermarkets ...

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