SAN FRANCISCO — The recession has altered the public's commitment to sustainability, but it will hold business accountable in the long run, according to a panel of researchers at the second-ever Sustainability Summit sponsored here by Food Marketing Institute. “People's perspectives have shifted in this economy to more short-term goals and more immediate needs,” said Scott Bearse, retail store operating lead and director of the consumer and industry products division for Deloitte ...

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