SAN JOSE, Calif. — Mi Pueblo Food Center here said it plans to open the first and only full-service supermarket in East Palo Alto on Saturday – the first supermarket to open in the densely populated, low-income community in 23 years, according to Perla Rodriguez, a spokeswoman for the 13-store chain. The community has several smaller mom-and-pop stores, but the nearest supermarket is at least five miles away, she told SN. The store will be a 35,000-square-foot supermarket located in a ...

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