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Whole Foods Opens Store in Chicago 'Food Desert'

As Whole Foods opens a store in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood -- a so-called food desert -- he glaring question of course is, "how will residents in a place with 21 percent unemployment afford to shop here?" WBEZ's Natalie Y. Moore reports. -- +Marketplace APM
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