GROCERY CHAINS BEGIN ALTERNATIVE-FUEL BIG RIG ROLLOUT

LOS ANGELES -- Three major California grocery chains will begin rolling out alternative-fuel big rigs in response to a recent landmark court settlement over cancer-causing emissions from diesel trucks.Under the settlement, reached April 27 after a year of negotiations, Albertson's, Boise, Idaho; which recently merged with Lucky Stores; Ralphs, Compton, Calif., a division of Kroger Co., Cincinnati;

LOS ANGELES -- Three major California grocery chains will begin rolling out alternative-fuel big rigs in response to a recent landmark court settlement over cancer-causing emissions from diesel trucks.

Under the settlement, reached April 27 after a year of negotiations, Albertson's, Boise, Idaho; which recently merged with Lucky Stores; Ralphs, Compton, Calif., a division of Kroger Co., Cincinnati; and the Vons division of Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., will conduct a three-year demonst

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