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Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz

Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz covers the food industry for the Chicago Tribune’s business section. She previously covered workplace issues and retail for business, and before that wrote lifestyle stories for the Tribune’s features desk. Previous experience was at RedEye, the Daily Herald and the City News Service, where she covered crime and proudly memorized the city’s street grid. Alexia grew up in Washington, D.C., received her degree in international relations from Brown University and lives in Bucktown with her husband.
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