Sparsely stocked supermarket shelves, such as these in a Fresco y Más produce department, have been a post-Irma fact of life
Sparsely stocked supermarket shelves, such as these in a Fresco y Más produce department, have been a post-Irma fact of life DAVID J. NEAL dneal@MiamiHerald.com
Sparsely stocked supermarket shelves, such as these in a Fresco y Más produce department, have been a post-Irma fact of life DAVID J. NEAL dneal@MiamiHerald.com

We’re still waiting for our supermarkets to be super stocked again

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