Most supermarket operators in the Northeast were operating at close to normal last Friday afternoon, less than 24 hours after a massive power outage prompted them to scramble to find ways to keep stores open and customers satisfied. Some stores without power operated with generators for several hours, while some said they moved refrigerated trailers to their stores so perishable merchandise could be moved from the shelves for storage to prevent spoilage. Heavy demand items included ...

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