HOUSTON — Supermarket operators from Texas to Ohio worked to get stores back open last week amid widespread power outages in the wake of Hurricane Ike, the most damaging storm so far this year. While food retailers said they quickly reopened most of the stores that had been closed, by midweek several areas remained without power and dozens of stores were still shuttered. San Antonio-based H.E. Butt Grocery Co. said its Galveston, Texas, store had suffered flood damage and was among a ...

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