CHICAGO -- America's Second Harvest, the Chicago based hunger-relief organization, will be launching an effort this month to enlist national grocery retailers in the crusade against hunger. The program, called the Grocery Alliance, asks retailers to donate unsaleable food products of which they have control to the America's Second Harvest Food Bank. Private label products will play a large role in the program. According to Martha Pickett, chief operating officer and vice president of ...

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