NEW YORK -- Unprecedented traffic delays in and around the New York City area in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks here have caused some food delivery delays. However, supermarket retailers in the area told SN recently that in the interest of safety they are more than willing to live with the stringent new safety and security measures, especially for truck traffic. "There have been some delays, but really no major problems," said John Catsimatidis, chairman, president and CEO ...

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