COLLEGE PARK, Ga. — Food Lion, Salisbury, N.C., is opening a store here today that is the chain’s first—and the second in the U.S.—to use a carbon dioxide-based cascade refrigeration system. The system, provided by Kysor Warren, Columbus, Ga., will service both low-temperature and medium- temperature cases. The system is designed to limit the usage of HFC refrigerant, which is a potent greenhouse gas; the store here will utilizes about 450 pounds of HFC refrigerant R-507, far less than in ...

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