Grocery stores are open in all these areas. And I think people are losing sight of that.

I don't have a hard number on that.

That's precisely why, when you read any disaster kit, it says you should have enough supplies for 72 hours.

That is an incredibly fast response. The sheer volume of commodities we're moving around in South Florida in all those affected counties, we're doing it faster than we did last year in all those storms.

As additional commodities arrive, they're being pushed out immediately. Nothing is sitting in staging areas.

People will have their needs met. The bottom line is that there's a plan in place.

We are furiously pushing out commodities.

With Katrina, you're talking about over half a million people who have been displaced.

We look forward to working with our congressional delegation to address their concerns.