CARMEL MOUNTAIN RANCH, Calif. — Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Market has opened a store here that has received a silver certification from the Environmental Protection Agency’s GreenChill Partnership, which works with supermarkets to reduce emissions of refrigerants. To achieve silver certification, a store must use refrigerants that do not damage the Earth’s protective ozone layer; reduce the size of its refrigerant charge by at least 50% from the industry average; reduce annual ...

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