Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Savvy supermarkets are doing all three by finding resourceful ways to keep stores filled with functional fixtures and refrigerated cases without going over budget. Strategies run the gamut from replacing older models with new energy-saving units to reusing nonworking cases for other purposes, such as displaying artisan bread. Many retailers rely on vendors to foot the bill for new equipment. And some are opting to recycle — a less expensive, more environmentally ...

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