DALLAS — While most consumers have not yet demanded that food businesses engage in business practices that protect the environment, it’s imperative for retailers to support sustainable sourcing now rather than later, said Harriet Hentges, vice president of corporate responsibility at Ahold USA. That’s because customers are intuitively and innately asking where their food comes from and how it was farmed and produced, she said. “We need to lead, or it will rise ...

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