SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California supermarkets contributed just over $318 million to a variety of charities in 2004, according to a new study commissioned by the California Grocers Association here -- making the industry one of the largest supporters at the state level of local charities, Peter Larkin, CGA chairman, told SN yesterday. "I've always believed that, but there's never been anything to document it -- it's all always been anecdotal," he explained. "So many contributions go to ...

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