PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway earned the praise of New York Times columnist Mark Bittman and Greenpeace for stocking affordably priced canned tuna that has been sourced from tuna vessels that don’t use Fish Aggregating Devices. The retailer is now offering “responsibly caught” Safeway Select skipjack chunk light tuna for a price lower than mainstream brands, according to a Greenpeace statement. Greenpeace has been critical of big tuna suppliers for offering ...
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