ST. PAUL, Minn. — Cub Foods, a division of Minneapolis-based Supervalu, released details of its new green supermarket here last week. For example, the 62,900-square-foot store will feature 44 skylights that will illuminate 75% of the store’s regularly occupied spaces using a solar-powered GPS system that tracks and redirects sunlight as needed. In addition, the store will feature the first commercial parking lot in Minnesota to be illuminated using only LED lights that need to be replaced ...
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