PALO ALTO Calif. Contract feeder Bon Appetit Management Co. said it would reduce its use of beef by 25 percent and strive to use ingredients from North America as part of a far-ranging plan to reduce its emission of so-called greenhouse gasses. Bon Appetit said it developed the program in an attempt to lower the amount of CO2 emissions that are released through such activities as eating and driving, and possibly help to reverse the global warming trend. The initiative ...
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