TAMPA Being green is relatively easy today. That wasn’t the case back in 1994 when Evos, the burger chain with a social conscience, was born. “It was more difficult to do so back then,” said Dino Lambridis, founder of the five-unit company, which cites its growth plans as evidence that it’s about to make a splash in the marketplace.“Now, wow, there’s a lot of stuff, some more sustainable than others. Certainly there’s no excuse for any business … to not choose a product that’s ...
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