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Where does Costco source their tilapia?

Asked: Marc-André Flamand, Last Updated:

Regal Springs Farmed Tilapia Currently, all tilapia sold at Costco is from farms and suppliers that are ASC certified. One of our suppliers is Regal Springs. Click here for information related to Regal Springs and their sustainability efforts.

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