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Woman Gets Roasted And Toasted On Twitter After Posting About Healthy Vs Unhealthy Food Prices

Food insecurity is a real issue in the US. Depending on your age, budget, and location, the kinds of food you have access to can be extremely different. In most major cities you can find a wide variety of cheap meals, and bargain prices even on healthy foods. But if you live in a more rural area, unless you are lucky enough to have a garden or farm nearby, the closest place to grab food might be a Mcdonald's or a little gas station.

Twitter user @dremilyportermd struck a conversation online about the major food price differences between her local grocery store and her local Mcdonald's. Some people support her assertions, but other people have strong counter-arguments.

Woman Gets Roasted And Toasted On Twitter After Posting About Healthy Vs Unhealthy Food Prices| thumbnail text - Emily Porter, M.D. @dremilyportermd ... I just got a double cheeseburger, small fries and large Diet Coke at McDonald's for $3.25 so please stop fat shaming or blaming the single mom of 2 working for $7.25/hour for her "unhealthy choices" or high blood pressure when non-organic raspberries are $8.96/pound at Walmart. 10:27 PM · Apr 14, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone 4,147 Retweets 277 Quot
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