Responsible Seafood

As one of the country’s largest grocers, we recognize our responsibility to protect our natural resources. Protecting our oceans is critical for maintaining the availability of seafood for future generations and the health of our planet. We set a progressive, industry-leading goal for our seafood to be responsibly caught or farmed, or from sources making credible improvements.

We offer seafood that already meets our goal. Look for items marked “Responsible Choice” while you shop. That means they are considered a “Best Choice” or a “Good Alternative” by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® program, or they are certified to an equal standard. When you purchase “Responsible Choice” seafood from your favorite local supermarket, you can feel proud to be making a healthy decision for you, your family and the environment.

Read more on our Responsible Seafood Webpage.

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Responsible Production & Consumption

The Seafood Industry Must Recognize That Healthy Seas Require Safeguarding Human Rights
Organizations like the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions offer guidance and resources to help identify and mitigate risks. Industry leaders like Aldi and Albertsons have made promising sustainable seafood commitments, demonstrating that progress is possible.

Responsible Production & Consumption

Walmart, Albertsons Among 1st To Sign Tuna Transparency Pledge
“Albertsons Cos. is committed to providing our customers with high-quality and traceable seafood from environmentally and socially responsible sources,” said Anthony Snow, seafood director at Albertsons. “We are proud to partner with The Nature Conservancy..."

Responsible Production & Consumption

Albertsons Companies Responsible Choice Seafood
We care about where our seafood comes from, how it’s caught and the people who catch it.

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Choosing Sustainable Seafood
“Safeway recognizes that protecting our oceans and waterways is critical for maintaining the availability of seafood for future generations and the health of our planet,” says Anthony Snow, Director of Seafood for Albertsons Companies

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Albertsons Companies Sushi Program: Tuna Traceability Study
Earlier this year, Albertsons Companies achieved our Top 5 by 2022 Sushi Commitment 18 months ahead of schedule, and our commitment to responsibly sourced seafood doesn’t stop there.

Responsible Production & Consumption

Albertsons Companies Meets Goal to Responsibly Sourced Sushi Ahead of Schedule
Albertsons Companies (NYSE: ACI) furthers their industry leadership in seafood sustainability by announcing 100 percent of its stores’ prepared sushi is aligned with the company’s Responsible Seafood Policy.

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Albertsons Companies and FishWise Dive Into National Seafood Month With a Splash
Albertsons Companies and FishWise honor October’s National Seafood Month by shining a spotlight on a collaborative project focused on improving seafood traceability. Now, more than ever, traceability is key as we strive to adapt and rebuild global seafood supply chains that have been forever changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Increasing transparency enables risks to be identified, and helps companies support practices that improve both environmental and social responsibility.

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Albertsons Companies Own Brands Celebrates Sustainability Milestone: 100% of Waterfront BISTRO® and Open Nature® Seafood Will Soon Display the Responsible Choice™ Logo for Sustainable Sourcing
Albertsons Companies (NYSE: ACI) announced today that 100 percent of the seafood in its celebrated waterfront BISTRO® and Open Nature® lines of Own Brands products will soon display the Responsible Choice™ logo for sustainable sourcing.

Responsible Production & Consumption

Albertsons Companies Fulfills Pledge to End Use of Eel (Unagi) in Sushi 3½ Years Ahead of Planned Deadline
Albertsons Companies, an industry leader in seafood sustainability, announced today that it completed the phase-out of freshwater eel (unagi) from sushi products 3½ years ahead of its self-imposed deadline of year-end 2022.
The nation’s second-largest supermarket company vowed in 2018 to eliminate the popular product because wild eel populations are in dangerous decline and the process of raising farmed eel is equally unsustainable for the species and the oceans.

Responsible Production & Consumption

How Albertsons Companies and Its Seafood Suppliers Are Tackling Illegal Fishing
The oceans provide us with some of the world’s most sought-after delicacies, from Alaskan king crab to succulent scallops, as well as the ever-popular tuna for a sandwich. Americans consume, on average, 15 pounds of seafood a year, contributing to a $60 billion US industry.
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