Victory! Costco has agreed to remove over a dozen red list fish, pursue better practices in aquaculture and assume more of a leadership role in the ongoing global effort to develop a more sustainable tuna industry. Thanks to all who helped with this campaign.

No Longer Wholesale Ocean Destruction

In a stunning win for the oceans, Costco has agreed to remove over half of its red list seafood items, pursue better practices in aquaculture and assume more of a leadership role in the ongoing global effort to develop a more sustainable tuna industry.

This victory comes after months of campaigning to encourage Costco to stop destroying the oceans through its seafood purchasing practices. Thank you to everyone who helped achieve this win. This victory proves that we’re unstoppable when we work together to save the environment.

Over the past eight months, Costco heard from environmental activists around the country—as well as from thousands of its own customers—on how the wholesale giant can and must do better to protect our precious ocean resources.

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