SCOTTSDALE Ariz. Kahala Corp., franchisor of such quick-service chains as Blimpie, Cold Stone Creamery, Ranch*1 and Samurai Sam’s, said it is drafting a three-year plan to incorporate more sustainable and green practices at all of its 12 brands. The plan, according to executive vice president Chris Prasifka, could include such initiatives as incorporating more water- and energy-efficient equipment at the company’s headquarters and eventually at chain units; challenging suppliers of ...
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