WASHINGTON -- A growing worldwide population demands more food products, a challenge that seems far removed from the vast plenty of America's supermarkets. But dozens of people from the retail food and baking industries are volunteering their professional skills to help meet that challenge in countries where the food supply is limited. "Exhilarated is how I felt," said Charles Beyersdorfer, a technical consultant to the baking industry based in Fairview Heights, Ill., and a former retail ...

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