AUGUSTA, Maine -- With little fanfare, aseptic juice boxes have begun a return to the shelves of Maine supermarkets, after a law banning them because of environmental concerns was lifted on Sept. 1. Most retailers around the state have quietly fitted them into their shelf plans in the last few weeks. At least one chain was said to offer brochures to inform consumers that the drink boxes were available again. "Retailers seem to be very pleased that they can now sell juice in aseptic boxes," ...
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