What’s The True Cost Of Your Food? True Price Incorporates Social And Environmental Impact

Rising prices at the grocery store have many of us paying more attention to the cost of our food, and how systems that feel outside of our control influence those prices. While it can be challenging to convey or grasp the scope of the world’s food system, one organization is taking this concept to the supermarket shelves by showing people the actual cost of some items on the shelves — from the land used to grow produce, to the growers who provide it, to the businesses that bring it to the shelves — and raising awareness of the need for economic and agriculture reforms.

Many food

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