NEW YORK — An online survey of SN's readership taken earlier this month revealed that food retailers are generally highly proactive in tackling an array of energy and environmental issues affecting store operations. More than eight of 10 respondents (82%) to the Green Store Survey, which elicited 67 responses, said they have been able to reduce energy consumption in their stores in the past year. Nearly two-thirds (64%) said they employ an energy management system to help control usage, and ...

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