Supermarket operators along the East Coast marched through last week's blizzard like veteran soldiers, hardly missing a step despite the assault of 35 mile-per-hour winds and two feet of snow that paralyzed the region. Several companies said they were able to keep their stores open despite the storm that began over the Presidents' Day holiday weekend in the Mid-Atlantic and swept up the coastline, burying everything east of Ohio in swirling white powder. The storm cost department stores ...

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