GREENPEACE: PROGRESS IN SEAFOOD WASHINGTON — Greenpeace last week said it's “seeing signs of progress” among supermarkets ranked in its annual survey of seafood sustainability practices. The environmental activist group gave Wegmans Food Markets its highest rating, citing the retailer's moves to discontinue sales of blue fin tuna, Atlantic halibut, orange roughy, all species of shark, as well as marlin, sailfish and spearfish. Ahold USA was ranked second, and Whole Foods Market came in ...

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