NEW YORK -- The food industry continues its display of support for victims of the terrorist attacks here, in Washington and in Pennsylvania, as donations keep pouring in for relief efforts. aid, "We are absolutely overwhelmed by the level of support our stores, division offices and distribution centers have received from our customers and associates. Our customers and associates have stepped up to the plate and hit the ball out of the park for our nation's disaster relief efforts." Ahold ...

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