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January 7, 2014 9:53 PM

Publix donates 16,000 pounds of food

Money donated by customers to Publix grocery stores last month helped purchase 16,000 pounds of food for Second Helpings, a charity that distributes food throughout the Lowcountry. The nonprofit will donate the food to charities throughout Beaufort County, according to a news release.

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