NEW ORLEANS — Supermarkets along the Gulf Coast reported high customer demand for supplies, and many shut down early Wednesday as Hurricane Isaac approached. “We have truckloads coming in over the next few days to replenish our bottled water," Rouses Markets here tweeted after some observers complained of outages. Rouses Markets said it was closing its stores in Mississippi and Southeast Louisiana at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Read more: Winn-Dixie Launches Prescription ...

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