Supermarket companies were busy last week assisting disaster-relief agencies in providing aid to the victims of Hurricane Floyd and the floods that followed in the storm's wake. A spokesman for the American Red Cross, Washington, called the store chains' help "invaluable," as food retailers provided truckloads of water and ice and collected donations of food and money. While Floyd's wrath was felt along much of the East Coast, from South Carolina to New Jersey, the most severe damage and ...

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