LUBBOCK, Texas — With its new reusable bag program, United Supermarkets here is going green — and eventually pink. The 47-store food retailer, operating under the United, Market Street and Amigos banners, is planning to roll out a promotion this October in which it will offer pink versions of its reusable grocery bags, with all proceeds going toward Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a nonprofit organization supporting breast-cancer research. It is just one example of the ways retailers are ...

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