NEW YORK -- Deeply touched by the terrorist attacks here and in the nation's capital, the food retailing and manufacturing communities continued their efforts last week to aid those affected by the tradedy. Terry Maloy, chief marketing officer of Wild Oats, said, "Like all Americans, everyone at Wild Oats feels the need to do something to support the heroic recovery efforts following what happened on Sept. 11. This is our way to immediately help in the healing process." H-E-B, San Antonio, ...

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