ORLANDO, Fla. (FNS) -- Supermarket companies in the central Florida region are helping residents rebuild their lives after suffering through the worst tornadoes in state history. A handful of tornadoes touched down in four counties last week, causing at least 38 deaths and some $56 million in property damage. Most supermarkets were spared from major damage, but some stores in the affected area experienced power losses and minor damage. Supermarkets came through with donations of food, ...

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