SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A new full-service supermarket scheduled to open this month in one of Oakland's low-income neighborhoods is the latest success story for a collaborative effort aiming to make nutritious food more accessible to poor residents. With the nearest supermarket about three miles away, Gazzali's Market will fill a void in multicultural East Oakland. The 30,000-square-foot store, set to open in a former supermarket that's been vacant for several years, will be the first new ...

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