THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST IS FAMOUS for its huge tracts of scented pines and towering fir trees. Now, C&K Market hopes its efforts in the region will add to the greenery. The 60-store chain, headquartered in Brookings, Ore., has established a special department devoted to making the independent operator a leader in caring for the environment. Working with energy providers, C&K officials were able to develop a list of goals and best practices that will help each store reduce its ...

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