What Happened When Whole Foods Challenged Elitism, Racism, and Obesity in Detroit

What Happened When Whole Foods Challenged Elitism, Racism, and Obesity in Detroit

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Faith Durand
Nov 23, 2014
(Image credit: Marcin Szczepanski/Slate)

Can a grocery store commonly called Whole Paycheck offer practical answers to obesity, health issues — and yes — elitism in the inner city of Detroit? This article offers a long, nuanced, and in-depth read on what happened when Whole Foods moved into the city.

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Read more: Can Whole Foods Change the Way Poor People Eat? from By Tracie McMillan at Slate

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