CLOSING THE GROCERY GAP

There has been a spate of publicity in the consumer press lately about the fact that it's more difficult to find a well-run, low-priced supermarket in an inner-city area than in a suburb. That should come as little surprise since it's been true to some degree for more than a generation. But evidentially, it does come as a surprise to researchers and pressure groups. And some seem to sense that an

There has been a spate of publicity in the consumer press lately about the fact that it's more difficult to find a well-run, low-priced supermarket in an inner-city area than in a suburb. That should come as little surprise since it's been true to some degree for more than a generation. But evidentially, it does come as a surprise to researchers and pressure groups. And some seem to sense that an ugly conspiracy intended to drive up the cost of groceries available to the impoverished is afoot

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