MODESTO, Calif. — In support of Earth Day, Save Mart Supermarkets here distributed 20 tons of store-generated compost at a Lucky Store in Daly City, Calif. — in a partnership with Earth Day San Francisco — to groups representing school and community gardens. The company said it also plans to donate 100 tons of compost to specific school and community gardens in Northern California to support key health and education initiatives. Read more: Wegmans, The Fresh Market ...

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