Supermarket operators in North Carolina and Virginia scrambled to find generators and procure emergency supplies like ice and bottled water as electrical power slowly returned in the wake of Hurricane Isabel. Although none of the major chains in the region reported significant damage to their buildings, they lost what some said would total millions of dollars worth of perishables as power outages in some areas lasted for several days. Certain rural communities were not expected to get power ...

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