Most food retailers rebounded quickly last week from Hurricane Irene after it tore up the Eastern Seaboard, flooding towns from North Carolina to Vermont and taking more than 40 lives. Hundreds of supermarkets were forced to close for some period of time during the storm, either because of evacuations or safety reasons as the storm approached, or because of power outages, structural damage or flooding after the storm had passed. By the middle of last week, however, most of the largest ...

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