From implementing sustainable seafood policies to building LEED-certified stores, food retailers are increasingly doing their part to help the environment. As Earth Day approaches, many are publicizing their efforts by running themed contests, sampling events, promotions and giveaways. Among the programs: • Lowes Foods ran an Earth Day Reusable Bag Contest. All those who submitted designs for Lowes' reusable bags between March 9 and April 5 were entered into a contest to win free ...

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