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• Supervalu announced yesterday that as part of its commitment to sustainably source wild-caught seafood, it “has entered into a partnership with the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) to implement a new, comprehensive procurement policy to ensure sustainable sourcing of farm-raised seafood. The company officially unveiled this agreement in conjunction with their participation at The International Boston Seafood Show,” saying that it will “will adopt Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification for the company's aquaculture procurement policy.”

• The Sacramento Bee reports that that Sunflower Farmers Market stores scheduled to open in the near future now will have those openings delayed by weeks or months as the company moves ahead with its takeover by Sprouts Farmers Markets.

"It doesn't make sense to open them as Sunflowers, then three weeks later change the names and all the signage," Sprouts President Doug Sanders tells the paper.

• Coming on the heels of the recent announcement by Campbell Soup Company that it will end the use of bisphenol A (BPA) in its cans, Kettle Cuisine is publicizing the fact that it is using BPA-free packaging in its 10 varieties of soups, chilis, and chowders.
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