ATLANTA -- The bakery departments of at least two supermarket chains have tied in to an antidrug campaign by handing out free cookies bearing a "Just Say No" message. The effort is being conducted in conjunction with "Just Say No" International, Oakland, Calif., and Parco Foods, Blue Island, Ill., a bakery supplier. The cookies are being distributed free to any children who may be passing through the stores' bakery departments. So far participants include the Kroger Co. division here and ...

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