WASHINGTON — Dozens of food stores were still without power Monday after tornado-like storms over the weekend ravaged the Mid-Atlantic states. Retailers in the meantime reported brisk business as shoppers sought water and ice, and operators said they were working hard to replenish their own supplies so customers could restock their refrigerators as power returned. Storms that struck the Washington, D.C., area late Friday had caused power outages at 50 of Safeway’s 130 ...

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