NEW YORK — Seven food retailers were included by Newsweek magazine on its “Green Rankings List” of the 500 largest publicly traded companies in the U.S., ranked by environmental friendliness.
Wal-Mart Stores ranked highest, at 51, followed by Whole Foods Market (93), Kroger Co. (136), Safeway (168), Costco (169), Supervalu (241) and BJ’s Wholesale Club (246). Dell was ranked first on the list.
Newsweek worked with three environmental-research organizations to compare the companies’ ...
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