LOS ANGELES — A coalition of community organizations here is seeking assurances from Tesco that it will go into underserved market areas, champion the environment and create good jobs — commitments the retailer has already made in previous public statements. A group called the Alliance for Healthy and Responsible Grocery Stores held a rally yesterday at the site of a future Tesco Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market in Hollywood asking the chain to negotiate a community benefits agreement ...

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