How 5 food companies show sustainability success

02/2/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Restaurants

Campbell Soup cut $500,000 in utility costs by cutting electricity and water use at a California plant, Kraft Foods incorporated nature into a refrigerated plant that uses 65% less energy, and Nestle has partnered with a log-maker to turn used coffee grounds into cleaner fireplace fuel. The companies are three of the sustainability success stories found in a new report from the Grocery Manufacturers Association.

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