While just about every major retailer is changing its operations to become more sustainable and environmentally benign, some companies particularly stand out. Among these is U.K-based Tesco, which earlier this year was ranked second in the world (after fellow U.K. retailer Marks & Spencer) in overall environmental performance by consultant Five Winds International and Greenbiz.com. Moreover, earlier this year, Tesco became the first supermarket chain to assign a “carbon ...

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