Supermarkets around the United States have incorporated a new theme in their advertising and communications since Sept. 11. Many retailers have chosen to include a patriotic image or message in either their weekly print circulars or on their Web sites. These elements range from simple incorporation of a flag to calls for assistance to organizations aiding the relief efforts in New York and Washington. Below is a sampling from major cities across the country, including New York, Seattle, ...

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