WASHINGTON -- An underwriting grant from Philip Morris Cos. and participating retailers will cover all administration costs for this season's Food for All campaign -- allowing 100% of shopper donations to go to antihunger charities. o the grant, 90% of all funds raised went to antihunger programs. In Chicago last week, Jewel-Osco stores switched from the seasonal Food for All campaign to a year-round campaign. Mayor Richard M. Daley proclaimed last Wednesday "Food for All Day in Chicago" ...

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