ATLANTA (FNS) -- Major supermarket chains across the Southeast have joined forces with the American Red Cross and other organizations to provide disaster relief to victims of the tornadoes that devastated parts of Alabama and Georgia in the past few weeks. The chains, including Publix Super Markets, Bruno's, Kroger Co., A&P and Ingles Markets, said their stores survived the storms with little or no damage, but their customers were not so fortunate. The storms are blamed for several ...

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