EDISON, N.J. (FNS) -- ShopRite Supermarkets here and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children have launched a program to protect children from kidnappers by helping to locate lost children within their stores. The program, called Code Adam, calls for store employees to establish an organized plan of action to implement when a child gets separated from his or her parent while shopping. The program is getting support from the Washington-based Food Marketing Institute, which has ...

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