AUSTIN, Texas — Beginning tomorrow, Whole Foods Market stores will become the exclusive distributor of new FEED 100 reusable shopping bags. Each bag purchased for $29.99 will help provide 100 nutritious meals to hungry school-age children in Rwanda through the United Nations World Food Program’s School Feeding Program. Whole Foods will not make a profit from merchandising the bags; instead, $10 from the sale of each will be donated to the feeding operation, with the remainder going to cover ...

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