HOUSTON -- Rice Epicurean Markets here is briskly selling jars of home-grown salsa created by local middle-school students. As reported in SN, students of the Memorial Middle School created the salsa as part of a cross-curriculum project, for the purpose of raising money for charity. So far they have raised enough money to present $2,500 to Texas Children's Hospital for its Radio Lollipop in-house broadcast. Scott Silverman, vice president of specialty foods for the retailer, was the point ...

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