CINCINNATI — Following a pilot at Hy-Vee, Dollar General and other retailers in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Procter & Gamble’s new green consumer education platform is slated for a March 29 national rollout by 115 grocery/club retailers for a total of about 15,000 stores. The goal of the "Future Friendly" strategy is to make it easy for consumers to find and use products that help save energy and water, and reduce waste. Beginning next month, P&G will identify such products with Future ...

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