SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Fla. -- Florida food retailers weathered the first hurricane of the season last week with minimal impact after the storm lost much of its power before it ripped through the state's panhandle. some roof damage, and a second store in the county was closed due to a power outage, a spokeswoman for the company told SN. A spokeswoman for Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., said 10 stores were still closed for a day after the storm, but most were scheduled to open by the next ...

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