So yesterday I went into a small local shop to buy some veg.. (a registered charity) I had a choice of organic or non organic.. I choose the cheapest.. non organic ..as its supposed to be locally sourced anyway.. £1.65 for a non organic cauliflower.
On their website it states - **we try to make 'eating well' easier for everyone, especially people who are isolated and disadvantaged. **
I feel particularly priced out the market and as someone who currently eats probably 3 times the suggested daily intake of fruit and veg, on a very low budget. Then that is not supporting or helping me at all. Charities are or at least used to be set up to help the poor and disadvantaged, so what has happened that now that the poor and disadvantaged are priced out as their budgets wont allow them to shop in the places that are meant to help them?
When is a charity no longer a charity but more a blue chip company?