LOS ANGELES -- The West Coast dockworkers strike that ended earlier this month proved to be a boon for food banks all over the country, as companies that couldn't ship perishables to their intended destinations donated them to charities. y. The Seattle division of Safeway donated a truckload of dairy products from Seattle to the Oregon Food Bank, a spokeswoman there told SN. The products had originally been intended for shipment to Alaska, she added. Part of the same shipment also ...

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