As the sluggish economy continues to put a crimp in top and bottom lines, food retailers need to make sure they're not wasting a nickel. So basic in-store expenditures like energy consumption -- the second-highest cost after labor -- have taken on an even greater significance. As a direct consequence, retailers are demanding that their in-store equipment be configured with an eye to cutting energy costs. In this special report on store equipment, SN takes a look at new equipment -- from ...

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