Washington, D.C.

Washington DC boasts a vibrant and diverse food scene with a wide array of food brands and retailers catering to its diverse population. The city is home to both local and national restaurant chains, as well as independent eateries that offer a rich tapestry of cuisines, reflecting the multicultural fabric of the nation's capital. Well-known food retailers like Whole Foods Market, Safeway, Giant Food, and Trader Joe's have a presence in the city, providing residents with grocery options. Additionally, the city's food truck scene is thriving, offering a taste of various culinary traditions on its streets. The population of Washington, D.C., as of my last knowledge update in early 2022, stood at around 700,000 residents. However, please note that population counts can change over time, so it's advisable to check the latest census data or demographic information for the most up-to-date figures.

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