ATLANTA —Even as the economy recovers, officials at Morrison Healthcare Food Services say they recognize that hunger remains an issue in many communities, so they have stepped in to offer assistance.Morrison, which serves more than 800 hospitals and senior-living facilities nationwide, has partnered with several of its health care accounts to create food banks and farmers markets and offer nutritional education to low-income families in need. Morrison is a division of Charlotte, N.C.-based ...

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