WASHINGTON -- Endcap displays of Center Store items, including paper towels and foods packed in recycled steel cans and cardboard boxes, are being built by many retailers as part of the first annual America Recycles Day. "Many of our stores are having displays in the front that highlight recycled products or packaging," said Linda B. Smith, manager of environmental affairs at San Antonio-based H.E. Butt Grocery Co. "Since all steel can be recycled, we will be highlighting our own brand. In ...

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