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|A farm in Iceland. Whole Foods Market buys salmon from a fish farm in that country.|
Whole Foods Market sells a lot of farmed seafood -- usually not my first choice when I'm looking for a non-meat meal -- but its standards are high, as the store's blog explains:
High standards for farmed seafood
One issue the Whole Story blog doesn't discuss is whether the farmed salmon it sells is artificially colored. That's necessary because farmed salmon are not fed wild salmon's natural diet -- shrimp and krill -- which give them their color.