NEW YORK — The City Planning Commission here has voted unanimously to adopt a program providing financial and zoning incentives for supermarkets in underserved communities. The FRESH program “will bring fresh food choices into over 45 underserved and low-income communities and importantly, also bring jobs to those neighborhoods,” Amanda Burden, planning commissioner, said in a statement. “Our goal has been to create an environment where New Yorkers can maintain a healthy lifestyle and where ...
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