MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here said two of its Albertsons stores in Santa Barbara, Calif., are among the first supermarkets to achieve a "zero waste" classification in their daily operations, with more than 95% of all waste products being recycled, reused or composted. One of the two stores has reached 95.9% in total waste diversion, the other 95.1%, the company said, through a combination of recycling programs, food donations and a joint composting program with the city of Santa Barbara. A ...

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