Comment Clarified erned about the [news article] on Page 60 of the Dec. 2 issue. My actual comment related to the findings of our Orlando Image Audit in June 2000. This was that -- in a district of east Orlando that includes significant Cuban/Dominican/Guatemalan/Honduran populations -- the Super Target had a Mexican foods aisle. The nearby Wal-Mart Supercenter had, in fact, appropriately localized produce items, for example, for these non-Mexican population elements. Further, my comment ...

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