BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores and the Walmart Foundation here said Monday they will work with four major CPG companies to combat hunger in America. In-store signs at all Wal-Mart formats will direct customers to participating products from General Mills, ConAgra Foods, Kraft Foods and Kellogg Co., and on-package labels will advise them how to generate meals by entering product codes online, sharing a hash tag on Twitter or scanning a QR code. Wal-Mart said it expects the ...
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