Environmental programs might not be in the limelight as much as they were a few years ago, but anyone who thinks recycling and other "green" initiatives have moved to the back burner in the food industry should look again. A wide range of environmental programs are being launched or expanded to reduce energy costs and help protect the environment. What was once primarily a media- and consumer-driven crusade to protect the environment has emerged as a mainstream focus of retailer and ...

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