How Walmart's green label aims to drive supplier 'race to the top'

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The retailer is making some of its in-house supply-chain sustainability metrics public with a new program to highlight top-performing companies

What do Tide laundry detergent, a poster covered in adorable puppies wearing headphones and a baseball hat emblazoned with the cast of Duck Dynasty have in common? One, they're all sold at Walmart....

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