Some of these ideas are all really nice in thought, but not very practical for a family that is low income or has children like my family. It would not be realistic of me to attempt to ride my bike to the local store, which the closest produce stand we have would take me probably an hr if I had to ride a bike there to do my shopping for a family of 5. Where would I put my food? What about bad weather? Here in florida one minute it can be sunshine and next it will start pouring down rain. Another thought is most produce, co op places do not accept SNAPS (food stamps), they usually only accept cash or debit card. I've also noticed a lot of the times the produce place I used to shop at was more costly for the same non organic produce as the grocery stores like walmart and publix. However I do mainly 90% of my shopping is fresh fruits and vegetables, non processed foods as possible. Thank you for sharing your article.
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