NEW YORK — Wakefern Food Corp. aims to leverage funding provided through the New York Healthy Food & Healthy Communities (HFHC) Fund to build stores in underserved neighborhoods — so-called "food deserts" that lack access to fresh foods — in New York City and its suburbs, said Dennis Bachman, senior real estate representative for Wakefern. Speaking Thursday at the HFHC Fund's "Downstate Informational Event" at the Goldman Sachs Group's headquarters here, Bachman commented that ...

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