CHICAGO -- A new report is urging supermarkets to quickly develop a game plan for adoption of refrigerant alternatives as the deadline nears for the phaseout of chlorofluorocarbon production. The report, commissioned by the Food Marketing Institute and introduced at its annual convention here, lays out guidelines and choices and analyzes 15 refrigerant alternatives to CFC. It calls for companies to form Refrigerant Management Programs, which would create company policy for the handling of ...

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