SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Penn Traffic Co. here this week was scheduled to launch an eight-week, charity fund-raiser that involves the sale of its private-label products. The company, which operates supermarkets under several different banners in the Northeast, will donate 2 cents for every private-label item customers purchase to local organizations that conduct breast cancer research. Marc Jampole, spokesman, Penn Traffic, said the company hopes that its "Put in Your Two Cents Worth for Breast ...
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