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How important is it that your food is sustainably produced? (Comments & Reviews)


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"American Tuna" is caught, canned and shipped in the USA. American Tuna is the only albacore that is MSC (Marine Stewardship Counsil) Certified. and has 100% traceability. American Tuna Albacore is caught by Pole and Line method in the North Pacific by 6 families from San Diego, CA.
American Tuna is clean and sustainable with no buy catch.
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Thank you,
Andy Blocker

Anonymous

04/14/2010 - 3:58pm

We are what we eat. Sustainable food is better for us and for the planet on which we live. It tastes better and saves longer. If we all ate sustainably and purchased as much locally grown food as possible, not only would we be healthier but we would be supporting local food growers.

Anonymous

03/01/2010 - 2:42pm

I buy what sounds good, sometimes price makes a difference, such as in meat. I will buy the steak that is on-sale. I buy fish and chicken breasts frozen from SAMS. I buy much of our food for convenience, taste, and cost.

Anonymous

02/27/2010 - 10:28pm

I never really thought about it, nor is there information readily available while shoping

Anonymous

02/25/2010 - 10:16pm

i vote with my dollar every time i make a purchase towards organic and sustainable practices...i never buy from a box, i also look for grass fed meat, organic, etc.

Anonymous

02/18/2010 - 11:21pm

I admit that I need more education on sustainable food.

Anonymous

02/15/2010 - 3:08pm

I look for "locally grown" first and buy as much USDA certified organic EVERYTHING. My bill is about 20% more but if everyone did it, the economies of scale would kick in and our planet would be a safer place to live.

Anonymous

02/15/2010 - 1:15pm

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