WEST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. — Shaw’s Supermarkets, a division of Supervalu,  announced that five of its locations in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont have diverted over 90% of all store waste from local landfills. Accomplished through recycling, organic composting and food donations, Shaw’s stores have kept more than 32 million pounds of waste out of local landfills and donated over 2 million meals to local food banks and hunger relief efforts since 2011. In November ...

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