Chicago-based Jewel-Osco marks its 15th annual Taste of Black History celebration with a series of events recognizing the contributions and achievements of the African American community. The four one-day events start on Thursday, and will continue throughout the month, with events held at different Chicago Jewel stores. “The Chicagoland area is rich with so many different cultures, and these communities define the neighborhoods where we are proud to serve as their grocer,” said ...

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