MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu announced it is committing to have 300 stores divert 90% or more of their waste from local landfills by the end of the current fiscal year, Feb. 23, 2013 — an addition of nearly 250 stores to those that have already achieved that goal. Supervalu announced during its Q4 earnings call last week that it had transitioned 54 stores to 90 percent waste diversion during the past year, exceeding its original target of 40 locations. The company’s goal is ...

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