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Why Whole Foods is moving into one of the poorest neighborhoods in Chicago

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With the announcement of Whole Foods planning to open a store in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood, one of the poorest in the city, the conversation once again turns towards the opening of the Whole Foods in Detroit's Midtown neighborhood last year, including the criticisms it was met with and how, in the span of 14 months, the store had already reached its 10-year sales goal. 

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