You name it: from hunger to hurricanes, there's an involvement for supermarkets. As focal points in the community, supermarkets are called upon to support a host of community activities: Food drives, disasters, youth programs and education. Supermarkets usually participate, attributing altruism as a desire to "give something back to the community." Now, as welfare-to-work programs increase, retailers, in their generosity, are focusing on various forms of food banks. With the "working ...
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