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Thu May 28, 2015, 04:27 AM

Retailers provide assistance to Texas flood victims

H-E-B, Whole Foods Market and Brookshire Brothers pitched in after devastating floods in Texas earlier this week.

In San Marcos and Wimberley, H-E-B said it would give out 3,000 Disaster Relief Clean-up Kits containing trash bags, paper towels, bleach, all purpose spray cleaner, gloves, sunscreen and insect repellent.

H-E-B also handed out hot meals in San Marcos via its Mobile Kitchen, and provided the American Red Cross with hot meals for its delivery service.

Whole Foods announced it would provide $1 million in zero-interest loans to businesses in the Shoal Creek flood area. In 1981, the retailerís original store was damaged by flooding.

http://supermarketnews.com/community-service/retailers-provide-assistance-texas-flood-victims

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