Absolutely, yes. I don't know that the members would speak of it in terms of specifically “food security”, but it doesn't make good business sense to not have product to sell to consumers, so they have a number of vendors and a number of suppliers. Again, it depends on seasonality and all this sort of thing.
That goes back to the point that I made about the critical role that imports play. Of course every member has a different business model and different suppliers—some have more local suppliers and some fewer—but all of them have a range of suppliers so that if, for instance, the 40 or the 401 were closed, hopefully that other highway or the local roads would not be. There are numerous suppliers. They don't speak of it in those terms, but it doesn't make good business sense to not have shelves that are stocked.