A new era has begun at the Food Industry Crusade Against Hunger, an era that recognizes new industry realities and that should carry the organization nicely into the next century. As most industry watchers know, FICAH was founded a dozen years ago by industry executives. Originally, it was intended to be a self-help feeding program aimed at providing renewable resources to people in less-developed parts of the world, and, as time went on, also to people in this country who could benefit ...

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