FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Hunger hits home. The cause needs no hard sell for supermarkets. Whether or not the food industry is having a good or bad year, or the economy is prospering or in the doldrums, is almost inconsequential when it comes to raising money to feed the hungry, said Denis R. Zegar, president and chief executive officer of Food For All. The nonprofit organization, based here, has just kicked off its 10-week holiday program, which will contribute 80% of its annual funding to ...
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