FMI 1998 ANNUAL CONVENTION

CHICAGO -- The food industry continued its 20-year history of supporting the antihunger charity Second Harvest with a donation of 14 truckloads of grocery items last week during the Food Marketing Institute's annual convention here.Christina Vladimiroff, president and chief executive officer of Second Harvest here, called the donation "a harvest of compassion."In an interview with SN, Vladimiroff

CHICAGO -- The food industry continued its 20-year history of supporting the antihunger charity Second Harvest with a donation of 14 truckloads of grocery items last week during the Food Marketing Institute's annual convention here.

Christina Vladimiroff, president and chief executive officer of Second Harvest here, called the donation "a harvest of compassion."

In an interview with SN, Vladimiroff said the donation comes at a "very critical" time of year, when children are le

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