Supermarket retailers in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi were assessing the damages to their stores last week after Hurricane Ivan -- the third major storm of the season to make landfall in Florida -- slammed into the Gulf Coast. Bruno's, Birmingham, Ala., had closed 114 of its stores by late Thursday, including two that had been severely damaged, according to Joyce Smart, a spokeswoman for the Ahold-owned chain. "We have a lot of repair work to do," she told SN. "We have one store where ...

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