COLUMBUS Ohio White Castle, in a move to further its environmental efforts, said it would replace its white paper sack and corrugated-cardboard cases with brown ones made from 100-percent recycled material. The transition will take place over the next few weeks at all 412 locations, the company said.   White Castle, noting that this shift is part of a series of greener practices dating back to 1965 when the company started reusing and recycling the outer cartons in which its buns ...

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