CHICAGO — Nineteen expanded, retrofitted Walgreens locations located in Chicago food deserts — where residents lack sufficient access to fresh groceries — will soon be selling local produce through a partnership with Growing Power, a national non-profit organization focused on creating community food systems. “Walgreens is very excited to work with Mayor [Rahm] Emanuel and the city of Chicago to address the need for more food oasis stores across our hometown of ...

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