Carrefour distribution chain will stop selling pangasius in its hypermarkets and supermarkets in Spain, in line with the decision taken by the French group in other European countries, such as France and Belgium.
Official sources of the company explained that this decision has been adopted "in a preventive way" and that it is "aligned with that of other countries of the group". The company has already suspended orders for this fish as of Tuesday and will stop selling it when it runs out of stock.
Last week, the Belgian division of Carrefour reported in a statement that it stopped selling pangasius - both fresh and frozen - due to environmental reasons.
"Given the doubts that persist about the adverse impacts that pangasius farms have on the environment, Carrefour c...
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