Whole Foods bans red-rated fish from its stores | In Deep Water | Scoop.it
On Sunday -- Earth Day -- Whole Foods will stop selling wild seafood that's either overfished or caught in a harmful way, according to ratings from the Blue Ocean Institute and the Monterey Bay Aquarium.


"For example, tuna: tuna fisheries are in great danger right now; tuna's becoming less and less available in the environment. Yet we still see it as an everyday item, from canned tuna to items in a restaurant or in a supermarket. The questions are: are we actually paying the real price of that fish, and does the consumer actually have an idea of what their consumption of that fish is doing to the environment?"