One plus one equals more than two. That's the message from the supermarket industry's response to the Hurricane Katrina crisis. Supermarkets are reinforcing their role as pivotal community partners. We all knew that supermarkets would step up to the plate to aid Gulf Coast victims. No one realized how fast and how extensively. Food retailers and wholesalers have already donated more than $40 million in aid of various sorts, including financial support and supplies, according to the latest ...
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