Completing the Cycle

In their efforts to become more and sustainable, food retailers may wish to take a closer look at the most fundamental part of their business: food. Parade magazine recently estimated that U.S. supermarkets throw away $20 billion worth of food each year about twice as much as supermarkets in Europe, which has double the population of the U.S. Two reasons for this phenomenon, said Parade, are: the

In their efforts to become more “green” and sustainable, food retailers may wish to take a closer look at the most fundamental part of their business: food.

Parade magazine recently estimated that U.S. supermarkets throw away $20 billion worth of food each year — about twice as much as supermarkets in Europe, which has double the population of the U.S. Two reasons for this phenomenon, said P

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