Giant Food Stores Creeps Closer to Waste Reduction Goals with One Store's Success
Giant Food Stores, a Carlisle, Pa.-based grocer with more than 170 neighborhood locations, announced that one of its stores has achieved zero-waste status; its Cleona store has taken the company's waste reduction goals seriously and is the chain's first to achieve 90% or more of waste diverted to landfill. The company says it plans to have 90% of all its stores' food waste diverted from landfill by 2020.
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