The green movement is not just a fad, but rather a smart way of doing business. According to the National Restaurant Association, more than one-third of U.S. restaurants said in 2008 they were allocating a larger percentage of their budgets to green initiatives. Incorporating environmentally friendly practices in restaurants can reduce utility costs, satisfy consumer demand, increase operational productivity and help conserve valuable environmental resources for future ...

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