The Food Co-op received a letter written by a concerned member. In response, Deb Shortess and the Product Research Committee [PRC] have been working to gain a better understanding of the issues at stake, in particular canned tuna. The Food Co-op needs to determine how products sold in the store can best support the ongoing issues of sustainability of seafood species, the environment and social justice concerns.
Andrea Linton from Crown Prince seafood producers will speak from noon to 1pm on Wednesday, March 30 at THE FOOD CO-OP ANNEX, 2110 Lawrence Street. Q & A will follow.
Come and learn about the seafood industry & its impact on human rights & the environment, how the demand for inexpensive product drives the market, how Crown Prince educates consumers & about opportunities to increase the demand for ethically produced products.