TORONTO — A revamped Loblaw Superstore that opened Wednesday in Milton, Ont., billed itself as the first major grocery and general merchandise store in North America to go “bagless.” The 120,000-square-foot store will not offer plastic grocery bags at checkout but instead will encourage customers to use reusable “green bags” or the “green box,” a reusable plastic tote designed to fit into the store’s shopping carts, the retailer here said in a statement. Loblaw mailed a free “green bag” to ...

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