NEW YORK — City officials here said they would develop a comprehensive plan to create additional food-related jobs in the city and improve infrastructure and support to keep food dollars in the local economy and improve health and the environment. City Council Speaker Christine Quinn at an event this week introduced the “FoodWorks” initiative and said city council would pass legislation requiring city agencies to report back on their food-related measures. This would help formulation of a ...

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