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(Chicago Sun Times) — CVS is doubling the amount of nonperishable food it sells in 11 Chicago stores, while Walgreen is introducing fresh fruits, vegetables and new meal ingredients to 10 of its stores inside Chicago’s food deserts, where healthy food choices are scarce.

The CVS pharmacies in Chicago are among 3,000 nationwide being converted to offer shoppers more convenience items such as Hamburger Helper, Old El Paso dinner kits, household staples such as honey and vinegar, and other items targeting busy people who want to grab dinner ingredients on the way home.

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