RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. -- They are the "invisible heroes" of the food industry's program to feed the hungry, said Denis Zegar, president and chief executive officer, Food For All, Washington. Without the assistance of two national sales agencies (Acosta Sales & Marketing, Jacksonville, Fla., and Advantage Sales & Marketing, Irvine, Calif.) and one regional agency (Northeast Support Services, Reading, Mass.), Food For All would not have the national reach that it has today. Three ...

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