McCaffrey's Market Knows Recycling is good for the environment, as well as for the bottom line. Not only does the three-store chain segregate its trash for recycling, it now sells an all-natural fertilizer product made from its fresh food waste. “We've always been actively involved in anything that benefits the community, and this is really an extension of that belief,” said Jim McCaffrey, president of the Langhorne, Pa.-based independent bearing the family name. Just last month, ...

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