A shake-up in the executive office may mean lower prices at Jewel-Osco.
Illinoisans in so called “food deserts” will have better access to fresh food under a new state program.
Whether you enjoyed their food or just saw their distinctive commercials, most Chicagoans recognize the name “Moo & Oink.” But as CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports, the grocery store chain might be forced to shut down.
Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel on Thursday praised the Save-A-Lot grocery store chain for taking steps to reduce the number of so-called “food deserts” in Chicago by building five new stores and promising to build 30 by 2015.
Rahm Emanuel claims to be the only mayoral candidate with a plan to address the lack of grocery stores in some South Side neighborhoods – often called “food deserts.”
It didn’t take long for Chicago area residents to begin flooding grocery stores and retail outlets that sell snow-removal equipment.