CARLISLE, Pa. — Giant Food Stores sent a convoy of delivery trucks from its distribution center here last week, carrying nearly 10,000 hams for distribution to 18 regional and local food banks and hunger organizations throughout the company’s four-state market area in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Food bank officials estimate that each of the hams will feed a family of four twice. “We know that there are too many families who are struggling right now. As a food ...

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