BOULDER, Colo. — Over the past year, Sunflower Farmers Market has used 50% less receipt paper at the checkouts of 10 stores, saving 40% in paper costs, according to Lindsay Hicks, its IT/IS director. One might think the 23-store natural-and-organic retailer's sales have been down. But the reason for the drop-off in receipt-paper consumption is that receipts are now printed on both sides of the paper, courtesy of the environmentally friendly RealPOS Two-Sided Thermal Printer, from NCR, ...

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