DALLAS — When it comes to sustainability, the nonfood segment of the grocery industry is still in its infancy, Kevin Maher, marketing director for The Clorox Co., Oakland, Calif., said here during the Healthy Foods International Exposition and Conference. Compact fluorescent light bulbs and “green” air filters were among the first nonfood items to offer consumers a sustainable alternative to conventional products, and his company's introduction last year of a line of natural cleaning ...

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