HUTCHISON, Kan. — Dillons, a subsidiary of Kroger here, has discontinued a 5-cent credit given to shoppers who bring their own plastic or canvas bags to the store when shopping, according to a report in the Salina [Kansas] Journal. The Dillons bag-credit program had been active since the 1980s. The company said it would redirect money reserved for the bag credits toward new environmental efforts, such as an expansion of store recycling efforts and a new composting program geared ...

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