When New York’s B.R. Guest Restaurants. trumpeted the fact this June that it had become the first multiconcept restaurant company to earn third-party “green” certifications, corporate chef Chris Giarraputo said those badges showed that his company wanted to be a more responsible member of the community. “It was a way to give back,” he says of the adoptions of the 11-step green guidelines of the Green Restaurant Association at 12 of B.R. Guest’s 18 dining ...

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