LAS VEGAS — It's not likely that you'll see a wind turbine swirling in a Winn-Dixie parking lot anytime soon. Instead, the retailer who emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy three years ago is sticking to more modest sustainability projects that contribute to improvements for people, planet and profit, Wes Bean, senior director of strategic sourcing for the chain, told attendees at FMI 2010 here last week. “What you have to do is find within your financial footprint what is the right business ...
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