CHICAGO — IGA here said it has donated more than $265,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project as a result of its second annual IGA Exclusive Brand national marketing initiative that ran between Memorial Day and Labor Day — more than twice as much as the $120,000 it donated in 2011. Of the total, $171,000 came from IGA donating a portion of the proceeds from the ale of IGA water, hot-dog buns and hamburger buns in specially marketed WWP packaging; in addition, Kraft contributed ...

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