As lower Manhattan's power outage enters yet another full day and groceries begin to spoil, the Post says the city's supermarkets are doing their best to restock. One expert says, "The literal movement of food into the city is the problem; that’s the thing that’s going to be the trick." Yet delivery trucks are able to make it in and out of distribution hubs, which means stores are getting fresh supplies. Though the story warns that downtown residents may still have to trek uptown in order to find groceries. [NYP]
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