EL SEGUNDO, CA — Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market here announced the addition of 25 compressed-natural-gas vehicles to its distribution fleet as part of a partnership with Ryder System, Miami. Fresh & Easy's natural-gas vehicles produce 20% to 30% less emissions than comparable diesel vehicles and are part of the company's efforts to reduce emissions. The vehicles were made available through a $38.7 million Ryder/ San Bernardino Associated Governments project that is part of a ...

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