MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here said yesterday it is launching its annual holiday food drive, aimed at providing more than 265,000 meals through local food banks. At store level, customers will be able to purchase prepackaged bags of groceries for $10 or $20 containing a variety of private-label staples; those bags, and any other food items shoppers opt to purchase, will be placed in collection barrels and delivered by the Kiwanis Club to area food banks. Consumers will also be ...

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