Cooling Conundrum

Global warming or more precisely, impending federal legislation aimed at reducing global warming has large supermarket retailers looking at their carbon footprint. Take Safeway. As reported in SN's Sept. 21, 2009, issue, the Pleasanton, Calif.-based national food retailer is actively assessing its creation of carbon gases, as well as advising other supermarket chains to do the same before the enactment

Global warming — or more precisely, impending federal legislation aimed at reducing global warming — has large supermarket retailers looking at their carbon footprint.

Take Safeway. As reported in SN's Sept. 21, 2009, issue, the Pleasanton, Calif.-based national food retailer is actively assessing its cr

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