SMITHFIELD, Va. — Smithfield Lean Generation has launched a “Deli for the Cure” campaign supporting breast cancer research, and retailers — many of them large chains — are joining the effort. The Smithfield Deli Group earlier this month announced the campaign, which seeks to raise $250,000 to support research and to raise awareness and increase early detection of breast cancer. Among retailers participating are Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh; Ingles Markets, Asheville, N.C.; and Price Chopper ...

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