AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market here said last week it will hold its second annual "National 5% Day" Wednesday to benefit farm workers across the U.S. ditional 5% from its new Web site, to assist a network of organizations that provide medical care and other support services to farm workers and their families. Last year's event raised about $150,000, the company said. Chris Hitt, president of Whole Foods, said the National 5% Day is part of Whole Foods' ongoing commitment to support ...

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