ANAHEIM, Calif. — Like Wal-Mart Stores, Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market prefers suppliers that share its environmental standards. “We make a very strong effort to look at suppliers who share common ideals and objectives with us,” said Steve Hagen, director of national procurement, Fresh & Easy, a division of U.K.-based Tesco, during a session on “green sourcing” at the Natural Products Expo West here on March 13. When Fresh & Easy executives visit suppliers' facilities, they ...

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