There’s a booming industry right now in stripping the oceans of wild fish, grinding them to a pulp, and feeding that to farmed fish that are sold in supermarkets for our convenience.
A new investigation exposes how European and British supermarkets are involved in the global scandal -- including Lidl, Aldi, The Co-op, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda and Morrisons.
Your local supermarket probably sells salmon and prawns which were fed with wild-caught fish trawled off the coasts of Africa and Asia -- robbing local communities of a vital source of protein. But you can change that.
Supermarkets can be fiercely competitive, and sensitive to public pressure. With this investigation just published, we have an opportunity like never before to influence them. We just need one supermarket to get on board, to get things started.
Please sign today -- every signature counts: Tell supermarkets not to sell farmed seafood that destroys wild fish populations and livelihoods in Africa and Asia.
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