OKLAHOMA CITY -- Food retailers here quickly mobilized to provide groceries and supplies to victims of the May 3 tornadoes that damaged or destroyed more than 10,000 homes near here and in Kansas and killed 46 people. Oklahoma grocers who assisted included Albertson's, Baker's Supermarkets, Fleming Cos., H.E. Butt Grocery Co., IGA Superthrift and Pratt Foods, said Melanie Anthony, marketing director of the Oklahoma City Food Bank. Among the items sent were lots of canned foods, including ...
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