More and more food retailers are going “green” — but in this case it has nothing to do with envir-onmental stewardship. The type of “green” these retailers are cultivating lately comes with Benjamin Franklin printed on it. Across the food-retailing landscape, increased access to capital has begun accelerating merger-and-acquisition activity, fueling growth and reviving the hopes of bankrupt companies that had slammed head-first into the closed credit markets of a year ago. Recent ...
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