MILWAUKEE — Samplings of smoothies made with canned fruit and the distribution of a recipe book featuring canned food ingredients are part of Roundy’s “Together We Can” campaign that runs through Oct. 31. Launched in partnership with the American Iron and Steel Institute, the campaign is promoting the safety, convenience and nutritional benefits of canned foods in 155 Pick ’n Save, Copps and Rainbow stores in Wisconsin and Minnesota. During “Together We Can” AISI will donate 10 cents for ...

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