OKLAHOMA CITY — A large distribution center here operated by Associated Wholesale Grocers was without power for two days last week because of the major ice storm that ripped through the Midwest, according to local sources. The shutdown backed up deliveries for independents throughout the region, said Ron Edgmon, president of the Oklahoma Grocers Association. AWG could not be reached for comment. Edgmon said about 30-35 stores around the state were still without power as of late last week ...
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