As consumer awareness of global warming heats up, supermarkets are doing their part to make sure they don't contribute to the problem. Some retailers are joining the GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership, an initiative being headed up by the Environmental Protection Agency. The official launch of the program is this month, though officials announced the plan about a year ago at the Food Marketing Institute's annual energy conference. Made up of supermarket chains, refrigeration ...

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