Supermarkets collect for food bank

News and Observer writer Richard Stradling in the article “Food bank, grocers fight hunger” notes that Lowes Foods, Harris Teeter, Kroger and Food Lion are among the chains collecting nonperishable food or money on behalf of the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina.


One response to “Supermarkets collect for food bank

  1. Why haven’t they been doing this all along. It would be so easy for someone to just pickup an extra can of corn and drop it in the box on the way out the door than have to find a food bank or wait until their mailman collects them once a year.

    Mike B.

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