Although the economic downturn is affecting how much money some restaurants are allocating for eco-friendly initiatives, several quick-service chains are moving forward with plans to turn their operations greener. Chains such as Arby’s, Carl's Jr., Chipotle Mexican Grill and Subway say they are committed to converting their business models into more eco-friendly operations in order to be more socially and, perhaps, more fiscally responsible. Atlanta-based Arby’s said it broke ground ...
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