LOS ANGELES — An activist group here is calling on Tesco to act more “socially responsible” when it begins rolling out its Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market stores in the Southwest later this year. The Urban & Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental College here yesterday issued a 72-page report charging that the global retail giant, which is based in Cheshunt, England, doesn’t always put its money where its mouth is when it advertises the benefits it brings to communities. “We ...

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