MACON, Ga. -- Heavy rains and flooding caused disruptions in supermarket shopping patterns last week here and in other parts of southwestern Georgia. Like an eerie rerun of last summer's flooding in the Midwest, operators in the Deep South find themselves confronted with stores surrounded by or inundated with rainwater, or lacking running water. Highways are under water or otherwise closed, and many consumers are living in shelters after leaving their homes, either temporarily or ...
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