SACRAMENTO, Calif. — At the request of Gov. Arnold Schwazenegger, several food companies operating in Northern California donated more than 120 pallets of non-perishable foods earlier this week. Half the pallets were delivered to the steps of the State Capitol as a symbolic gesture during a tree-lighting ceremony, while the other half went directly to a distribution center here handling food for the WE Can Food Drive. The donations came from Costco Wholesale Co., Raley's Supermarkets, ...

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