MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Wal-Mart Canada has announced that it will sell only sustainably-sourced frozen, wild and farmed fish to its shoppers by 2013, and will phase out any suppliers who sell seafood from unregulated sources.
“We're taking a first step to help sustain the future of fish,” Sam Silvestro, divisional merchandise manager at Wal-Mart Canada, said in a release. “We believe that by offering sustainably-harvested fish at affordable prices we can help improve the industry overall.” ...
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