In its relatively short tenure in the Western U.S., Tesco’s Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market has established a reputation for environmental awareness and energy efficiency in its 160 stores, which use about 30% less energy than a typical supermarket, according to Southern California Edison’s Savings by Design program. On the refrigeration side, Steve Hagen, national director of procurement and engineering, Fresh & Easy, El Segundo, Calif., has pursued a green agenda, adopting case ...
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