MONTVALE, N.J. — The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. here said yesterday it would sell a line of "stylish, reusable" lunch bags at all its banners: A&P, The Food Emporium, Pathmark, SuperFresh and Waldbaum's. The line, made from post-consumer waste materials and highlighted by five designs, will debut at the end of February. Priced at two bags for $3 and merchandised in the dairy aisle, the bag designs include: -A black, white and red bag reads “Smile!” on one side, with a smiley ...

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