EDINA, Minn. — Lund Food Holdings has given more than $75,000 to the Second Harvest Heartland hunger relief organization through its "Reuse and Reward" program. Lunds posted an update on its Facebook page this week notifying shoppers that it just passed the milestone. For every reusable bag used at all Lunds and Byerly's stores, the company makes a 5-cent donation to Second Harvest. "Bring your reusable bags each time you shop with us and you will not only reduce our impact on the ...

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