GREELY, Colo. — After the worst wintry one-two punch in recent memory for Colorado, Rey Garza considers himself and his store extremely fortunate. The assistant manager of Jerry's Market here, 60 miles northeast of Denver, Garza said his store stayed open and well stocked largely due to the fact that their wholesaler, Affiliated Foods Midwest, is based out of Nebraska, and thus delivery trucks dodged the brunt of the snowfall. Other retailers in Greeley, including Safeway and King Soopers, ...

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