No More Red-Rated Wild-Caught Seafood | Seafood | Whole Foods Market®





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Published on Apr 19, 2012

In support of healthier oceans and to help reverse trends of overfishing, Whole Foods Market® will no longer carry red-rated wild seafood as of Earth Day 2012.

That means all of our wild-caught seafood will be from fisheries certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), and green (best choice) and yellow (good alternative) species rated by Blue Ocean Institute (BOI) and Monterey Bay Aquarium (MBA).

Chef Michel Nischan, Blue Ocean Institute's Dr. Alan Duckworth and Monterey Bay Aquarium's Susan Marks join Whole Foods Market's Global Seafood Buyer David Pilat and Seafood Quality Standards Coordinator Carrie Brownstein to celebrate our commitment to responsibly caught seafood.

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No More Red-Rated Wild-Caught Seafood | Seafood | Whole Foods Market®

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