As sustainability and efficiency become more of a priority for the food industry, many retailers are taking steps and making changes in their fresh departments to reduce the environmental impact of everyday business — a step that also happens to save them money, increase consumer loyalty and gain positive publicity. “Like any industry, there have always been some in the supermarket industry that have included sustainability as part of their business plans,” said Alan Hiebert, education ...

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