NEW YORK — Chase announced that it will make investments through the New Markets Tax Credits program to support the new construction of, and improvements to, grocery stores as well as other initiatives to provide more fresh and healthy foods in low-income neighborhoods across the country identified as "food deserts." "We know that healthy foods, including fresh fruits and vegetables and organic foods, will contribute to the health of individuals and families — and, as a result, ...

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