WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Raley's Supermarkets here is seeking a soluble solution to the ever increasing fuel emissions issue. Unlike some other companies that are implementing a combination system of liquid natural gas and diesel fuel, a segment of Raley's truck fleet uses 100% liquid natural gas. In addition, the retailer hopes to achieve long-term savings with the increased use of alternative fuel. In total, eight road trucks and two yard trucks, out of a fleet of 64, are currently ...

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