KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Instead of the usual canned foods, Price Chopper’s recent “Fill the Fridge” campaign — in partnership with food bank Harvesters and a local news station — encouraged customers here to donate fresh foods to those in the community who need them. For five days in September, Harvesters’ refrigerated truck parked in front of a Price Chopper store collecting donations. Working with perishable food donations can be challenging, but ...

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