CHICAGO — Chicago Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel warned food retailers, including Wal-Mart, planning to grow their businesses in the city of Chicago to include the supply of fresh fruits and vegetables to underserved inner-city neighborhoods in their plans. He made his remarks during the annual housewares industry breakfast meeting here early Tuesday morning in response to a question on how Emanuel feels about small businesses and Wal-Mart coming into Chicago.He will be sworn in May 16. The ...

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