I'm Scott McClelland and this is the Disaster Recovery Department at My H-E-B

A story in the Houston Chronicle discusses Texas-based grocery H-E-B's efforts to restock and reopen their impacted stores and reach out to individuals in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, H-E-B's lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey.

Of the 114 stores in the Gulf Coast region from Corpus Christi to Beaumont that were in Harvey's path - H-E-B has 330 in Texas - all but three are now up and running. A feat, given the logistics of procurement and delivery as major arteries throughout the region were impassable. Meanwhile,the company has given more than 150,000 cases of water and 75,000 10-pound bags of ice to communities in need as well as served 40,000 meals form [sic] its convoy of mobile kitchens. — Houston Chronicle