When Hurricane Sandy hit New York City and New Jersey the night of Monday, Oct. 29, many grocery stores, such as the family-owned Westside Market in Manhattan, experienced damage, delivery delays and disrupted operations throughout the week, at least, due to severe flooding and power outages. The Zoitas family owns four Westside Market stores in Manhattan and Maywood’s Marketplace in Maywood, N.J. Chief Executive Officer George Zoitas talked to SN on site at his Chelsea store about ...

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