Barely recovered from the devastation of August's Hurricane Charley, Florida food retailers last week were drying off from Hurricane Frances and fretting over a possible strike three from Ivan. While Charley was a relatively fast-moving storm which cut a clear northeast path across the state beginning Aug. 13, Frances, which first hit Florida Sept. 4, was large and lumbering, dumping inches of rain and spreading high winds virtually all over the state, but particularly hard on the Atlantic ...

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