SALISBURY, N.C. - Food Lion kicked off its fourth annual "Hunger Has a Cure" campaign last week. Customers can choose to either make monetary donations or purchase ready-made, discounted boxes of food to be given to local food banks affiliated with America's Second Harvest Network, a hunger relief organization. The donations go directly on a customer's bill and are displayed on the receipt. Customers can purchase $1 icons, buy boxes of food for $4.99 or give any amount they want. In 2005, ...
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