The food industry's own non-profit organization aimed at sponsoring self-help solutions to fight hunger -- the Food Industry Crusade Against Hunger -- is now 15 years old. That's fine, and such an anniversary always represents an important milestone in any organization's progress. But, even at this important juncture there's reason to keep the celebrations to a minimum: Frankly, it's all too evident that FICAH has simply dropped from the industry's radar screen. (Disclosure: It's evident to ...

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