FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Over the last five years, Food For All has enjoyed over 10% in annualized growth, reported Larry McCurry, the retired Unilever executive who now serves as chairman of the nonprofit. Compared to the minimal growth in the food industry, McCurry said, the organization feels good about what has been accomplished in shifting from Food For All's charity model to a marketing-business model that aids the hungry. He refers to the model as “volume metric.” In other words, it's a ...

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