On Background  ·   November 12, 2013

Whole Foods and the gentrification of D.C.

- As two new Whole Foods prepare to open in D.C., the store promises to provide healthier food than some alternative, low-cost grocers. But will the store be able to support public assistance programs? The Post's Clinton Yates and Ed Lazer of D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute weigh in. ()

- As two new Whole Foods prepare to open in D.C., the store promises to provide healthier food than some alternative, low-cost grocers. But will the store be able to support public assistance programs? The Post's Clinton Yates and Ed Lazer of D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute weigh in. ()

Whole Foods and the gentrification of D.C. (12:47)

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