QUINCY, Ill. — This month marks the one-year anniversary of a major energy-saving project conducted by Niemann Foods here in 35 of its 36 supermarkets and nine franchised Sav-A-Lot stores that it operates. By October, if not sooner, the chain, which also runs convenience stores and pet and hardware stores, expects to recoup the roughly $1 million it paid for the technology and equipment that went into the project, which was aimed at cooler and freezer cases. “We originally projected a ...
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