SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- P&C Food Markets here and Grand Union, Wayne, N.J., are promoting concert videos with major stars as part of a program that benefits hunger charities. The retailers began running the six-week program, called "In Concert Against Hunger," in late May. The tapes were advertised at $6.99 each with a $5 minimum purchase at the store, and with 75 cents from each unit sale going to Second Harvest and The Center on Hunger, Poverty and Nutrition Policy. "This is another way that ...

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