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Shoppers can help young cancer victims fight illness

THE BALTIMORE EVENING SUN

You can help young cancer victims just by taking a trip to your local grocery store. Baltimore and Washington food brokers and grocery manufacturers have earmarked many popular products for a fundraising campaign to provide research for children with cancer and leukemia. The campaign, which runs from Sept. 1 through Oct. 31, is spearheaded by The Children's Cancer Foundation Inc.

Participating products will be tagged with yellow "shelf talkers." A portion of each product's price will be contributed to the effort to raise $750,000.

Participating grocery stores include: Super Fresh, B. Green and Co. Inc., E-Zee Markets, Farm Fresh Markets, Giant Food, IGA Stores, Shoppers Food Warehouse, Magruder's, Mars Super Markets Inc., Safeway, Stop-Shop & Save, Sanitary Food Stores, Santoni's, Valu Food and Basics Food Centers.

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