Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., said Thursday it has passed the halfway mark in its efforts to sustainably source all fresh and frozen seafood by the end of 2015. More than 51% of all seafood is responsibly caught or farmed, the company said in its sixth annual sustainability report, noting it has achieved a No. 2 ranking on Greenpeace’s sustainable seafood retail scorecard. Safeway also said it has set a new sustainable sourcing policy for palm oil, with a goal to source 1 million pounds ...

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