DENVER -- Retailers here got socked with another blizzard yesterday even as they were trying to dig out from the 30 inches of snow that fell last week, causing widespread shortages on shelves, industry sources said. Mary Lou Chapman, president, Rocky Mountain Food Industry Association, said many supermarkets in the state were having trouble getting supplies since last week, and were expected to be facing ongoing product shortages through the weekend as another 12-18 inches was expected by ...
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