DENVER — As energy costs and environmental issues loom ever larger on retailers' agendas, attendees at the Food Marketing Institute's Energy & Technical Services Conference here last week addressed a variety of concerns, ranging from the need for updated energy management systems and energy-efficient equipment to the potential of new refrigeration technology and the scarcity of qualified refrigeration technicians. “We're trying to stay current on energy management systems so that we can ...
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