SAN FRANCISCO — The industry must take corporate responsibility for educating consumers about the value of sustainability, and it must also face up to its social responsibilities for raising the standard of living for the overseas labor that makes products, panelists said here at the second Sustainability Summit sponsored by Food Marketing Institute last week. Marie David, director of corporate strategy and sustainability for Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., said her company realized ...

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