As Hurricane Fran's wrath fizzled out, supermarket operators in the Mid-Atlantic spent the early part of last week trying to get things back to normal. While several operators told SN their stores and distribution centers sustained little damage from the Sept. 5 storm, they said widespread power outages forced stores to close for as little as a few hours to as long as a few days in some places. On the supply end, area wholesalers said crews worked double duty to get stores stocked and back ...

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