LOS ANGELES — Unified Grocers here said the West Coast members of IGA provided more than 18 tons of food to local food banks as a result of IGA's "Help Fight Hunger for the Holidays" campaign during November and December — exceeding the prior year's contribution by three tons. The total contribution amounted to 2,687 grocery bags — each containing $20 worth of groceries — which were pre-packed and sold to customers for $10, with IGA donating the other $10. The bags were then given to local ...

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