DALLAS — A company's sustainability initiatives need to make sense for the bottom line, cautioned Michael Hewett, manager of environmental services at Publix Super Markets, during a presentation at Food Marketing Institute's Future Connect conference here. “A practice is only sustainable if you can at least break even, if not get a [return on investment],” he said. Hewett cited in-store bottle and can collection as an example, noting that partnering with outside entities to promote such ...

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