Woman Shares Grocery Prices In Her Native Home In Savage Response To Vegans
Sammy BrownPublished on
The debate between vegans and meat-eaters recently took a new course after one woman’s enlightenment on twitter. The Inuit woman living in the remotest areas of arctic Canada posted on twitter a thread about the inflated food prices in their local stores.
The Arctic region experiences a continuous winter season that makes it impossible to grow food. Fresh produce often has to be shipped over long distances to eventually reach the grocery store aisles costing an arm.
For the poor local populace, hunting naturally becomes the second most viable food option. However, the simple fact doesn’t sit well with some judgemental vegans who called @KataraPiujuq and her people “a murderer for trying to feed themselves”.
To get back at them, the woman shared on her twitter handle the harsh reality of fruit and vegetable prices in the Arctic.
The Inuit woman Created a Twitter Thread Where She Shared Insane Produce Prices In Arctic Supermarkets
And Counterd Those About To Suggest She ‘Moves South’
“A lot of Inuit live in poverty-stricken homes and can’t afford to live an expensive vegan lifestyle. We need to hunt to eat,” she tweeted. The price tags of products from the supermarket aisles are self-explanatory, and for the native Arctic people, a nutritious fruit is something near to wishful thinking