ISSAQUAH, Wash. — Costco Wholesale Corp. here has announced that it will discontinue the sale of Atlantic cod, Atlantic halibut, Chilean sea bass, Greenland halibut, grouper, monkfish, orange roughy, redfish, shark, skates, rays, swordfish and bluefin tuna — all species that have been defined as “at risk” by seafood groups.
In a three-page description of this policy and others related to seafood sustainability, the company said it would not resume sale of any of these species unless a ...
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