COLORADO SPRINGS — Wal-Mart Stores is reaching out to many industry sectors and people to develop its newly announced “Sustainability Index” — and it even held a meeting with competitor Kroger Co. on this topic. “I hope that in working with a very large group of individuals we can as an industry come together and form a standard,” Matt Kistler, senior vice president of sustainability for Wal-Mart Stores, said during a conference panel presentation here last week. “That's what we pledged to ...

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