Florida supermarkets helped to extinguish the suffering as wildfires raged through the state this month. As firefighters battled flames, supermarkets donated food and funds and served communities despite evacuation orders. More than 20 counties were in a state of emergency and damage from fires was estimated at more than $270 million. Supermarkets escaped physical damage for the most part and were in a position to aid communities. Corporate offices for all the major supermarket chains in ...

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