LOS ANGELES — Local retailers came to the rescue last week in the wake of the wildfires that ripped through Southern California, destroying homes and displacing hundreds of thousands of people. Several retailers sent supplies of food, water and other emergency goods to facilities where evacuees were being sheltered, such as Qualcomm Stadium and the Del Mar Fairgrounds. By early last week Ralphs Supermarkets and Food 4 Less, the banners operated by Kroger Co. in Southern California, had ...

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