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Detroit's grocery store decline (ft. Amy Kuras)

Despite the flashy headlines and ribbon cuttings of Whole Foods, Rivertown Market and other — the overall number of full service grocery stores in Detroit is actually on the decline. We don't have enough square footage of grocery store to serve our population, and there's a rise of dollar store alternative that don't provide fresh food. Although not technically a food desert, many Detroiters are food insecure and underserved. There’s also a rise of dollar stores that don’t offer fresh food....

Meijer News: Second Location In Detroit Opens June 11, Third Location On East Side In Early Stages

A few years ago, the talk was Detroit was a food desert with no chain grocery stories. But now, Grand Rapids-based Meijer is not only doubling, but looks like it is tripling down on the city of Detroit. June 11 (next Thursday) their new store under construction opens on the west side, and will feature 190,000 square feet of space as well as a gas station. It’ll be open at 7 a.m. daily and the exact address is 21431 Grand River Avenue. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is anticipated to attend the open...

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