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Greenpeace targets Costco for selling ‘red-listed’ seafood

June 30th, 2010

Citing the company’s lack of a transparent and meaningful sustainable seafood policy, Greenpeace launched the next phase of its sustainable seafood campaign today targeting Costco. Greenpeace said that even though Costco tells its shareholders and customers that it supports sustainable seafood, it sells 15 of the 22 “red-listed” seafoods including two of the world’s most critically imperiled species: orange roughy and Chilean sea bass.

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Greenpeace zings Trader Joe’s for being last on seafood sustainability list

July 3rd, 2009

From Green Right Now Reports:

Greenpeace followed up the release this week of its latest Carting Away the Oceans scorecard with a friendly and fishy demonstration outside Trader Joe’s stores in San Francisco.

Greenpeace members, two of whom dressed as orange roughy and others who parodied Trader’s by wearing Hawaiian shirts mimicking the store’s trademark uniform, handed out information on why its important to select and buy seafood that can be replenished and also asked prospective customers to sign petition postcards to privately held grocery company.

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