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McTaggart, Jenny
April 2007
Progressive Grocer;4/1/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 4, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the environmentally friendly supermarket of global food retailer Tesco Plc in Wick, Scotland. The store is designed to have a 50 percent smaller carbon footprint than a conventional supermarket of comparable size. Tesco's chief executive, Sir Terry Leahy has pledged that the company will halve its energy use by investing almost $200 million in renewable energy technologies.


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