CHICAGO -- Despite a dropoff in donations to Second Harvest Food Banks, based here, Kraft Foods, along with retailers in 17 markets, will help feed the needy over the holiday season. One reason for the shortage is that so much Center Store product is going to Central America for survivors of Hurricane Mitch, said Stacy Reineking, manager of media relations for Second Harvest. Industrywide efforts are under way to aid the United Nations World Food Programme, currently feeding 800,000 people ...

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