Bill Sanford (front row, second from left), president of Fairway; Constance Costas, principal of the marketing and business development firm Greenhill Agency; and Mayor Bloomberg are surrounded by Fairway and NYC Restore volunteers.
NEW YORK — Even as Fairway Market dealt with the devastating damage Hurricane Sandy brought to its 52,000-square-foot store in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn, company officials made feeding hurricane victims its top priority. One of the first things the 11-unit specialty supermarket chain did was to collaborate with a local restaurant in Red Hook to provide a barbecue for hurricane-victimized residents, most of whom had no electrical power. Fairway donated 500 pounds of meat, ...
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