DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens officially unveiled Wednesday its new expanded food selection in several Chicago communities identified as food deserts, or areas that lack access to basic foods necessary to maintain a healthy diet. SN previously reported on Walgreens' plans earlier this month. For its newest effort, the drug retailer redesigned 10 of its stores on Chicago's south and west sides to include more than 750 new food items including fresh fruits and vegetables, frozen meats and ...
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