LOS ANGELES — The California FreshWorks Fund — which will make money available to companies that increase access to healthy food options in underserved communities around the state — will challenge retailers by requiring them to meet a series of guidelines. The fund, announced two weeks ago by First Lady Michelle Obama, is a $200 million public-private partnership designed to incentivize supermarkets, farmers' markets, mobile trucks and other businesses to move into underserved ...

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