Sainsbury's debuts world's first naturally refrigerated truck

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HFC-free technology designed to slash emissions from supermarket giant's fleet

Sainsbury's has announced that it is to trial the world's first naturally refrigerated truck, in a move that could eventually help to cut the supermarket giant's carbon footprint by up to 10,000 tonnes...

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