BROOKINGS, Ore. — C&K Market here said it will no longer offer plastic bags at its checkouts, effective Jan. 14 — a change the company said is a response to its "renewed commitment to be a leader when it comes to responsible, sustainable practices regarding plastic bag waste." C&K will offer customers free paper bags or 99-cent reusable bags; customers can also get a 5-cent refund for bringing their own bags to use, the company added. "By making this ...

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