SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Residents of the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco Sunday celebrated the makeover of Amigo’s Market during the Sunday Streets: Tenderloin event.

A ribbon-cutting and comments from community leaders were scheduled for 11 a.m. at Amigo’s Market at 500 Ellis Street.

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The transformed market is giving a front seat to fruits and vegetables and the back seat to alcohol, tobacco and junk food.

A mural at the front of the store welcomes patrons and neighbors.

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Residents and visitors to the store Sunday participated in taste tests, took store tours and learned how to shop and cook healthy meals.

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