DAYTON, Ohio — As part of its Good Neighbor Program, Dorothy Lane Market is selling Good Neighbor Sacks pre-filled with food for the needy. Selling for $16.43, the sacks contain a variety of packaged foods requested by local food banks. The assortment includes Campbell’s chicken noodle soup, Del Monte peaches, Starkist tuna and Kraft macaroni and cheese. “We have done the shopping for you and assembled the Good Neighbor Sacks, ready for purchase and donation,” Dorothy Lane stated. “A cashier ...

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