SHOPPERS CONCERNED about the environment would like to know that the retail store where they buy their food shares their concern. That's why when Hannaford Bros. opened its first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified store in Augusta, Maine, last year, it dedicated a large area near the entrance to educating consumers about its environmental efforts. “Some green shoppers are impressed with the outward expression of environmental initiatives — the fact that a store ...

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