THE VILLAGE ON FALSE CREEK, British Columbia — Overwaitea Food Group opened an Urban Fare Express store here last month that uses a carbon dioxide-only transcritical refrigeration system, eliminating traditional HFC (hydrofluorocarbon) or R-22 refrigerants that have a harmful effect on the environment when leaked into the atmosphere.  The 23,000 square-foot supermarket, located near Vancouver at the site of the former Athletes Village for the 2010 Olympic Games, is one of only ...

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