This is the third story of a four-part series about how restaurants can improve sustainability practices. Part one discussed why restaurants are going green, and part two focused on how operators can find the right eco-friendly strategy for their business. For restaurants looking to go green, the investment of time and money can often pay off quickly in the form of cost savings, improved employee morale and increased traffic from eco-conscious customers, experts say. From a cost perspective, ...

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