Global warming — or more precisely, impending federal legislation aimed at reducing global warming — has large supermarket retailers looking at their carbon footprint. Take Safeway. As reported in SN's Sept. 21, 2009, issue, the Pleasanton, Calif.-based national food retailer is actively assessing its creation of carbon gases, as well as advising other supermarket chains to do the same before the enactment of cap-and-trade legislation it expects next year. Or consider an even larger ...
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