LOS ANGELES — The massive fires that burned across Southern California last week gave supermarket operators a chance to play good neighbor. While many outlets provided food and water to weary firefighters in their areas, others gave up parts of their parking lots to let ousted homeowners camp for a couple of days. The fires were generally restricted to unpopulated mountain areas and the rural towns that surround them, and there were no reports of damage to any supermarkets. One of the ...

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