With the recession swelling the ranks of Americans receiving federal assistance to feed themselves and their families, a growing number of restaurant operators are throwing their support behind a program that would allow those most in need to use such benefits in restaurants.
 Once known as the Food Stamp Program, the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, offers financial assistance to help those on limited incomes buy food. Typically, the benefit comes in the form of ...

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