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Your Bagged Salad Is Full of Frogs

"If you buy organic, getting a frog is par for the course, essentially.”
Jelisa Castrodale
7.24.19
politics

This Is How Much Quebec’s Premier Thinks It Costs To Feed a Family

We’re guessing Philippe Couillard hasn’t bought his own groceries in a while.
Manisha Krishnan
9.24.18
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Is growing your own vegetables actually worth the effort

We found out whether relying on a green thumb will put you in the black
Kate Fane
7.13.17
News

A Lot Of Canadians With Post-Secondary Degrees Are Hitting Up the Food Bank

The trend is linked to unemployment.
Manisha Krishnan
12.8.16
Vice Blog

How to Eat Well When You're Young and Broke

It doesn't have to be all dollar menus and junk food.
Caroline Thompson
8.26.16
Stuff

People in the UK Are Picking Receipts off the Street to Save Money

It's called "wombling" and it's a real thing, apparently, so we sent a couple interns out to try it.
Tom Usher and Amelia Dimoldenberg
2.10.16
Food

Blame Canada's Dairy Cartel for Our Expensive Milk and Cheese

Canada's Dairy Council makes sure that all of our milky and cheesy goodness stays expensive. Did you know that? Probably not, right?
Christopher Malmo
9.4.14
Sports

A Visit to Brazil's Largest Marketplace Before World Cup Raids Shut It Down

The vast majority of Salvador's population, who live in slums, are not allowed inside the city's new shopping malls. So this became the key place for the poorer 85 percent of the population to buy its food and other groceries.
Lennart Maschmeyer
6.2.14