Supermarkets no longer limit their largesse to food banks. Increasingly, they are becoming involved in an assortment of community concerns ranging from health to the environment. Witness the recent Neighborhood Partnership Awards from Food Marketing Institute, where two of the three winners scored on their environmental activities -- and the third was cited for helping schools. "We want to educate the public," said Greg Flores, manager of public affairs for H.E. Butt Grocery Co., San ...
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