Supermarkets for years have been committed to community relations but now requests from those communities are accelerating. From Food Banks to Boy Scouts, organizations increasingly are seeking help. The pickup in activity is spurred partly by the trimming of government welfare rolls and partly by cutbacks in assistance from large corporations, supermarket executives said. The result is that supermarkets are under more pressure to make decisions about how to allocate their resources. ...
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