BALZAC, Alberta — Walmart Canada on Wednesday opened a new fresh food distribution center here, saying the new facility was a "living lab of sustainability" that would be 60% more energy efficient than traditional warehouses. The $115 million, 400,000-square-foot center serves as a hub for fresh and frozen food destined for 104 Wal-Mart stores in Western Canada. Company officials said energy conservation and renewable energy technologies built into the facility would save $4.8 million in ...

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