In New Orleans, food is everywhere -- and everything. It's infused the generations-old Creole and Cajun culture to the point where the old city is a culinary capitol of flavor and style unmatched anywhere else in the United States. The importance Louisianans place on their food is readily apparent in the many shops, markets and stores where freshness from the land and local waters is a year-round sight. Supermarket retailers here -- regardless of size -- have found success promoting ...

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