How Katrina changed the food culture in Louisiana

08/27/2010 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

Hurricane Katrina changed the food culture in Louisiana, according to this article. Since the disaster five years ago, residents are more mindful of what they keep in their freezers, the demand for pre-sweetened iced tea has increased, and there are more restaurants in affluent neighborhoods and more food deserts.

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