PRINCETON, N.J. — McCaffrey's Market has launched a program that recycles leftover fresh food and a variety of packaging materials into fertilizer products. Employees have been trained to use special green receptacles placed throughout the retailer's store here, and a dedicated compost compactor has been installed to accept and hold the waste for pickup. McCaffrey's expects to recycle up to 65% of its total waste load, according to Rocco D'Antonio, business development manager for Penn ...

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