BATON ROUGE, La. — Associated Grocers of Louisiana here said it still had about 15 to 20 stores without power on Friday, but it expected to return to a full normal schedule of deliveries over the weekend following Hurricane Isaac. “It could have been a heck of a lot worse,” Jay Campbell, president and chief executive officer of the wholesaler, told SN. “It was not that severe a storm, but it lingered so long, it did trigger a lot of flooding.” He said the ...
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