HOUSTON -- Randalls here, a division of Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., said it is donating foodstuffs and other items to victims of the recent flooding here caused by Tropical Storm Allison, as well as conducting a store-based fund-raising campaign. Kathy Lussier, Randalls spokeswoman, told SN, "Immediately when the flooding reports began to come in, Randalls was on the scene providing a truckload of water and food to the American Red Cross. "We put into place our in-store, scan-card ...

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