The Gentrification Of Food

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Gentrification has not only been hard on individuals who have to worry about transportation, paying a mortgage or even finding a job is mortifying but there’s more to it. They also have to worry about how they are going to be able to bring food to the dinner table. “Price is a function of demand and the demand for things once dismissed as “poor man food”—like beans, peanut butter, brown rice, sweet potatoes, and assorted greens—is clearly on the rise.” (Inside the Gentrification of Food) This is demonstrating that not only food in general is going up, but even what we know as poor people food is increasing its prices. If people can’t make enough to even get enough money for food..what makes them think they can survive in a new and improved

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