LAS VEGAS — The Food Marketing Institute’s Sustainability Task Force has recommended to the FMI board that the food retailing industry “should promote the use of reusable bags” instead of paper or plastic bags, said Bob Garrity, senior vice president, store planning, construction & conservation for Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh. Garrity, chairman of the task force, provided an update on its activities on Monday at the FMI Show/Marketechnics here. The task force is also calling for making the ...

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