Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Supermarket-Day-Action-in-the-Netherlands-27MZIFL6EA_S.htmlConceptually similarSupermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGP01J2HCompleted★★★★Supermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGP01J2GCompleted★★★★Supermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGP01J2ICompleted★★★★Supermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGP01J2CCompleted★★★★Supermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGP01J2DCompleted★★★★★★Kids Ocean Defender Day Pirate Edition SiriusGP01M38Completed★★★★Oceans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01SLZCompleted★★★★Oceans Tour Waddenzee 2009 Marine ReservesGP01SM0Completed★★★★Supermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGP01J2FCompleted★★★★View AllGP01J2BSupermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGreenpeace Oceans campaigner Femke Nagel informs supermarket professionals about their campaign. Greenpeace wants all supermarkets to stop selling unsustainable seafood and to start drafting a sustainable seafood policy.In original language:Zeereservaten Actie Dag van de Supermarkt NederlandGreenpeace Oceans campaigner Femke Nagel informeert supermarkt professionals over hun campagne. Greenpeace wil dat supermarkten stoppen met de verkoop van 'foute' vis en beginnen met het invoeren van een duurzaam viskoopbeleid.Locations:Europe, West Europe-Hoorn-NetherlandsDate:3 Oct, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Maartje BlijdensteinMaximum size:3160px X 2164pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Day-Direct communications-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Leaflets-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Overfishing-Seafood-Supermarkets-Three peopleShoot:Supermarket Day Action in the NetherlandsGreenpeace chases supermarket professionals, who visit supermarkets all over the Netherlands today, with six mobile billboards with the line ‘Supermarkets: stop selling unsustainable seafood’. Greenpeace uses the Dutch yearly ‘Supermarket day,' organised by retail magazine Distrifood, to confront the branches with the problems behind the unsustainable seafood on their shelves. In the supermarkets, Greenpeace volunteers cover unsustainable seafood products with ‘red guppies’ which represent fish in need and ask consumers to sign action cards. Greenpeace wants all supermarkets to stop selling unsustainable seafood and to start drafting a sustainable seafood policy. In Tiel, Greenpeace volunteers wait for the supermarket professionals with six mobile billboards. They will leave in six touring cars, each one of which will be followed by Greenpeace. Every touring car will visit three or four supermarkets, including: Albert Heijn XL in Rotterdam, Hoogvliet Den Haag, Albert Heijn in Oegstgeest, C1000 in Leusden, Spar Express in Utrecht, DekaMarkt in Hoorn and Jumbo in Rotterdam.