“Green initiatives” may at times seem like programs better suited for the big chains, along with things like “enterprise resource planning” or “corporate social responsibility.” But in central Wisconsin, Festival Foods is revealing how an independent supermarket operator can take the lead and make a visible difference. Its 13th store, opened in October in Manitowoc, incorporates an array of energy-saving features that help trim operating costs while also revealing the environmental ...

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