(Reuters) – U.S. shoppers sued Bumble Bee, Rooster of the Sea and StarKist, accusing the nation’s three main packaged-tuna manufacturers of deceiving them into pondering their tuna is caught solely by means of “dolphin-safe” fishing practices.
An aisle of a grocery retailer is pictured in Altadena, California U.S., December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
The proposed class actions filed on Monday mentioned the defendants make use of fishing methods that kill or hurt dolphins, and don’t at all times use safer, costlier pole-and-line and different strategies utilized by such rivals as Complete Meals and Dealer Joe’s.
The shoppers mentioned this makes the defendants’…