LAKELAND, Fla. — Publix Super Markets has fine-tuned its charitable programs to create better efficiencies, enhance its image with shoppers and reduce labor costs. In the past, Publix workers packed bags with three different sets of products that shoppers could buy. It would place each bag in a Food for Sharing bin near the store exit. Shoppers could purchase the bag they wanted and it would be sent to the food bank, said Maria Brous, spokesperson for Publix. But once Publix ...

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