TYSON CORNER, Va. -- Whole Foods Market said last week that it will donate 5% of its April 29 chainwide sales to community-based service organizations that benefit agricultural workers in California and other parts of the United States. local cause, organization or activity of the store's choice, officials said. Local events will continue in addition to the national program. According to company officials, the new program will provide between $125,000 and $150,000 this year, which will be ...
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