BATAVIA, Ill. — Aldi here on Monday opened the doors to a store in East Syracuse, N.Y., that showcases the chain’s new marketing and environmental approaches, a report said yesterday. The store is designed so as to achieve a 30% reduction in utility use compared with Aldi’s existing stores, a spokeswoman for the chain is quoted as saying in an article in The Post-Standard newspaper. The store’s “green” features include LED lighting in coolers and more efficient refrigeration technologies. ...

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