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Kroger Makes It To Newsweek's List Of Top 500 Environment-Friendly Companies

June 7, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Retailer Kroger Co. said it has been included in the Newsweek Green Rankings list of the top 500 environment-friendly companies for 2016. Kroger's sustainability efforts include reducing its carbon footprint by reducing overall energy consumption in all of its stores by 35 percent. Also, the retailer is nearing the EPA's Zero Waste threshold of 90 percent. Kroger, a founding partner of Feeding America, supports organizations that bring food and hope to hungry people. During the last eight years, Kroger has created more than 74,000 new jobs.
"Kroger Recognized in Newsweek's 2016 Green Rankings", Kroger , June 07, 2016, © The Kroger Company
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