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Petition: Tell Supervalu to STOP SELLING SHARKS!

The largest grocery chain of the USA ignores environmental responsibilities

For the past month Oceanic Defense has attempted to assist Supervalu (The largest grocery chain in the USA) in the removal of shark from their sea food counters. Oceanic defense has provided more than enough evidence to suggest that the selling of a globally depleted species does not show reasonable responsibility of a prudent environmentally conscious company.

The Environmental Defense Fund and the IUCN lists Thresher Shark as an ECO-WORST choice due to dangerous levels of mercury and the fact that all shark species are under threat of global collapse.

To this date, Supervalu has ignored all the requests of Oceanic Defense. Show your support and tell them what they are doing is NOT RIGHT. Sign this petition and boycott all Supervalu and affiliate stores until sharks are removed indefinitely.

Oceanic Defense
Activation Through Education

About Supervalu Inc. (NYSE:SVU)
SUPERVALU INC. operates as a grocery retailer in the United States. The company operates combination stores, food stores, and limited assortment food stores under the. Its stores offer various grocery products, general merchandise, health and beauty care products, pharmacy products, fuel, and other items and services. As of February 28, 2009, the company operated 2,421 retail stores, including 874 combination stores, 369 food stores, 316 limited assortment food stores, and 862 licensed Save-A-Lot stores. It also provides supply chain services, such as wholesale distribution of products to independent retailers, as well as a suite of logistics services, including warehouse management, transportation, procurement, contract manufacturing, and logistics engineering and management services. The company provides these services to single and multiple grocery store independent operators, regional and national chains, mass merchants, and the military. SUPERVALU INC. was founded in 1871 and is based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.