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There are 1 comment on the LA Daily News story from Sep 14, 2010, titled LAKEWOOD 27, ST. JOHN BOSCO 7: Jordan, Lancers win big. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

Whole Foods Market Inc. is trying to clear some murky waters for seafood shoppers.

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A Reptile Dysfunction

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Sep 14, 2010
"Similar to a stoplight, seafood is given a green, yellow or red rating. A green rating indicates the species is relatively abundant and is caught in environmentally friendly ways. Yellow means some concerns exist with the species' status or the methods by which it was caught. And a red rating means the species is suffering from overfishing, or the methods used to catch it harm other marine life or habitats."

And a black rating means if was caught in the Gulf.

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