Dwayne Boudreaux stands inside his Circle Food Store, which was ruined in Hurricane Katrina, as renovations start for the stores' eventual reopening, in New Orleans, Friday, Oct. 19, 2012. Circle’s barren insides are emblematic of a problem that neighborhood activists say was exacerbated by the catastrophe: In a city known for food, fresh produce and affordable groceries have long been hard to come by for some. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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Dwayne Boudreaux stands inside his Circle Food Store, which was ruined in Hurricane Katrina, as renovations start for the stores' eventual reopening, in New Orleans, Friday, Oct. 19, 2012. Circle’s barren insides are emblematic of a problem that neighborhood activists say was exacerbated by the catastrophe: In a city known for food, fresh produce and affordable groceries have long been hard to come by for some. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Dwayne Boudreaux stands inside his Circle Food Store, which was ruined in Hurricane Katrina, as renovations start for the stores' eventual reopening, in New Orleans, Friday, Oct. 19, 2012. Circle’s barren insides are emblematic of a problem that neighborhood activists say was exacerbated by the catastrophe: In a city known for food, fresh produce and affordable groceries have long been hard to come by for some. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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