Greenpeace recently released its 2013 Carting Away the Oceans (CATO) report, ranking American supermarkets on sustainable seafood policies. Before this year, only Whole Foods and Safeway earned the group’s “green rating.” Greenpeace this year added Trader Joe’s to the list and acknowledged Walmart for introducing pole-and-line caught albacore in more than 3,000 stores across the country. The report scores supermarkets a rating of between zero and 10 on factors including sales of “red list: seafood, engagement with conservation initiatives, and transparency of supply. Whole Foods is rated at the top with a score of 7.3, followed by Safeway (7.1), Trader Joe’s (7.0), and Wegman’s (6.9). The complete list is posted [HERE].