"We've heard from many shoppers that these ratings have been a wake-up call," said Conner Herrick, seafood team leader in Whole Foods Market's Austin, Texas flagship store. "Shoppers have said that the visibility of the ratings at the seafood counter have provided a level of transparency that has helped them quickly zero in on the most sustainable items to purchase."Remaining red-rated wild-caught seafood will be phased out of Whole Foods Market stores by Earth Day 2012 with the exception of Atlantic cod and sole, which will have an extension until Earth Day 2013.
Whole Foods Market® Replaces Red-rated Swordfish And Tuna With Sustainable Seafood Options
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