NEWARK, N.J. — The Brick City Development Corp., a non-profit economic development group here, has launched an initiative aimed at bringing at least three full-service supermarkets to this city and renovating existing bodegas to alleviate the shortage of fresh food options in “food desert” communities. The BCDC's Supermarket Development Initiative has identified eight potential sites with sufficient visibility, access (the sites are within walking distance of residents) and parking to ...

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