In the battery category, price and performance trump conscience. While consumers have long adjusted to rechargeable batteries in many aspects of their lives — with cell phones, digital music players, personal digital assistants and laptop computers, among many other examples — their preference when shopping in supermarkets remains the single-use battery. Some consumers are expressing a concern for what happens to the batteries once they have been used up, while others recognize the cost ...

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