SEATTLE — When Greenpeace published its first “Carting Away the Oceans” report in 2008, the organization gave failing grades to all of the 20 U.S. food retailers it analyzed. This year, 15 chains passed — one indication of the significant progress that the supermarket industry has made with regard to the sustainable seafood movement during the past three years. Still, no company on the list got a score higher than Safeway's 6.5. To get a sense of what the ...

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