On January 4, the Berkeley Food and Wine Market closed its doors.

Its loss is not the only loss the city has seen in its food sector.

It is a loss for Latino communities.

For decades, Berkeley has been a center of food-producing innovation, attracting companies like Nestlé, Cargill, and Kraft to help create and sell their food products in the city.

But since the mid-2000s, the market has been plagued by underinvestment and understaffing, as the city’s population has increased and the economy slowed.

Now, with its second-largest population and the largest concentration of immigrants, Berkeley is on the verge of being surpassed by San Francisco in the number of Latino-owned businesses.

For the city to continue growing, it needs to find more jobs for workers, and to invest in its neighborhoods and its businesses.

But the city of Berkeley has struggled to find ways to help Latino communities thrive.

Its economic crisis has hit Latino communities hardest.

Between 2007 and 2015, the number in Berkeley’s Latino population increased by 11%, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Berkeley’s unemployment rate for Latinos was nearly 18% in 2016, according to UC Berkeley.

But that was more than double the national average.

When the Berkeley market closes, more than 40% of its employees will lose their jobs, according the Berkeley Economic Development Corporation.

The market also lost out on another opportunity for growth.

In the fall of 2019, the city opened its first affordable housing development, the Oakland Housing and Development Agency, which has since been home to more than a thousand apartments.

But because of the closure, residents of the neighborhood have to vacate their units, which are located in vacant lots or under bridges.

A lot of people who had been renting have moved to Oakland to live, and the affordable housing units that were there will remain empty.

For many people, it’s a painful loss, but also an opportunity for more businesses.

In fact, more Latino businesses are opening and growing in the region, including a food delivery service called El Mariachi.

The company’s owner, Jaime Morales, said that a new generation of business owners are eager to see the market reopen.

“We’re hoping that this will be a big deal,” Morales said.

“For Latinos, it will be an opportunity to open up businesses and find a job.

It’ll give them an opportunity.”

The new owners of El Mariachis Oakland, San Francisco, and Berkeley, hope that the new housing development will be the first step toward building the next wave of Latino businesses.

Berkeley is one of the most diverse areas in the U!s, with a mix of different racial and ethnic backgrounds.

But its Latino communities have struggled to gain the foothold that has been needed to attract new businesses.

That’s why the Berkeley Neighborhoods Partnership, a nonprofit organization that works with Latino communities, has been working to build a network of companies to help them grow.

A recent report from the nonprofit found that only 20% of Latino business owners were involved in their own businesses at the start of 2020.

It found that Latino businesses in Berkeley had less than one percent of the business ownership in the rest of the region.

The report found that one in four Latino businesses were not participating in the labor market.

“The business is still small, and they’re not making money,” said Laura Gutierrez, an organizer with the Berkeley Housing and Community Development Corporation, a non-profit group that has partnered with the Neighborhoods Partnerships.

Gutierrez believes that the neighborhood-based efforts to build the businesses are key to the success of the Latino communities in the future.

“There is a disconnect in the Latino business community,” she said.

Gutierrez and the Berkeley Neighbors Partnership believe that the current business model for businesses will not continue if the city is unable to attract more businesses to the neighborhood.

In an interview with Newsweek, the head of the Berkeley Department of Planning and Economic Development, Tom Reimann, said there is a need for more economic opportunities for the Latino community in Berkeley.

“If the business doesn’t grow, the community will decline,” Reimain said.

The lack of investment in the neighborhood is a direct result of the city and state’s inability to create more jobs.

Berkeley has seen a sharp decline in its economic growth, and its population has declined by more than 8% over the past 10 years, according a study by the University of California, Berkeley.

The city of San Francisco has experienced similar economic declines over the same time period, but is now on pace to be the most populous city in the country by 2026.

In San Francisco alone, there are now 1.4 million people, which is more than one third of the population of Berkeley.

With the influx of foreign workers into the region in the past decade, it is now possible for some businesses to lose their