Whole Foods Market has gotten about 15 of their 25 regional stores up and running after Hurricane Sandy. We spoke with Michael Sinatra from Whole Foods Market about their efforts to re-open local stores. Whole Foods stores prepared for the storm by stocking up on essentials but they have not been able to get deliveries of food to replenish the stores.

“As for a lot of the smaller venues, I know our teams will be in touch with them and work with them as close as possible- both to check in with them and see how they are doing, as well as see if they have product we can take in and help them sell off.” — Michael Sinatra of Whole Foods Market