WASHINGTON -- The Environmental Protection Agency is expanding its activity in the supermarket industry and the Food Marketing Institute here is adding energy content to its Web site to take advantage of the additional resources provided by the federal agency. This week, in conjunction with its annual Energy and Technical Services Conference in Cleveland, FMI plans to add a prominent link on its front page to serve as a portal to energy information important to supermarket executives. ...
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