Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is not only good for the environment, it’s good for business, and foodservice companies are realizing huge savings by curbing their use of traditional energy sources to lower discharges of harmful carbon dioxide and methane gas. Heeding “inconvenient truth” findings about global warming, large-scale operators also are courting green-conscious consumers by launching a range of initiatives to limit harmful emissions, such as a new nationwide effort ...

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