Larchmont, N.Y.-based D'Agostino Supermarkets is doing what president Nick D'Agostino III calls “the right thing environmentally” by giving customers an opportunity to buy canvas grocery bags instead of using paper and plastic. Now, the 18-unit chain has elevated this environmental sensitivity to an art form: The design of the new cloth bag will be chosen by customers in a competition among students attending New York-based design schools. D'Ag was scheduled to announce the winning entry ...

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