PHOENIX — Sprouts Farmers Market began encouraging shoppers to BYOB (bring your own bag) here yesterday. As part of its new BYOB program, customers will receive 5 cents off their total bill for each plastic grocery bag they bring to the store and reuse during a single transaction. Sprouts will also continue its sales of “Sprouts Green” canvas bags, which sell for 99 cents each. The chain has sold more than 180,000 to date. “Sprouts is committed to do our part for the environment by reducing ...

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