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OPINION: Supermarket growth has not come at the environment’s expense

Dave Chambers
Wed, 10 Sep 2014

OPINION

Countdown today has almost 100,000sq m more shop space than it did in 2006. That’s 33% growth, driven mainly by 22 new supermarkets in the past five years. 

In 2007, Countdown launched an environmental sustainability programme backed by targets to achieve by 2015. Centred on

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Dave Chambers
Wed, 10 Sep 2014
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