WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Food Marketing Institute here has issued a call to its members to lend a hand to thousands of people in Honduras and Nicaragua who were made hungry or homeless by Hurricane Mitch last month. At the same time, both large chains and independents continue to carry out their annual holiday food drives to benefit community food banks and soup kitchens. Parallel efforts for the hurricane survivors of both Mitch and Hurricane Georges, which struck the Caribbean earlier, are ...

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