LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Against the backdrop of threatened brownouts caused by hot weather and California's energy crisis, supermarket retailers from all over the country came to the San Diego area for the Food Marketing Institute's Energy and Technical Services Conference late last month. San Diego is among the cities hardest hit by the state's power shortages. At the conference, attendees enjoyed the weather while getting briefed on the latest developments and touring stores.

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