Does he dare eat a peach? CBS 2′s Walter Jacobson isn’t so sure, unless grocers allow shoppers to sample the produce.
A new city ordinance aims to increase the flow of fresh produce into so-called food deserts in Chicago.
First cantaloupes. Now there’s the possibility shredded Romaine lettuce may have the listeria bacteria. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov takes a look at what consumers should think about when buying their food.
More Chicago area Walgreens drugstores will soon offer fresh produce.
Weather in other regions have created a shortage of fruits and vegetables, which means their costs will rise.
Shelly Cline was washing her purchase in the sink, when she saw a critter and its telltale red hourglass mark.
This fall, young gardeners at the Chicago Public Schools are harvesting the fruits of their labor, but they won’t be the ones enjoying it.