AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market announced it is strengthening efforts to reduce energy consumption at all stores by 25% per square foot by 2015.
In addition, the chain committed to wind energy, more on-site renewable energy, and aggressive green building, advanced refrigeration and transportation practices, which will result in significant emissions reductions.
"With this combination of strategies, along with the implementation of energy and emissions tracking systems, we intend to ...
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