If there’s anything that consumers take for granted in the supermarket, it’s refrigeration. So they are not likely to notice that the systems they rely on to keep products chilled and frozen are beginning to change in profound ways. Retailers, of course, don’t have that luxury. Many of these changes are being driven by the Achilles’ heel of commercial refrigeration — leaks of refrigerant gas into the atmosphere. These leaks, of course, have caused ...
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