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With no fresh produce on hand,
families have come to rely on
packaged, processed food like pasta
and pizza for all of their meals.
At school, children dine on instant
noodles, luncheon meat sandwiches and
poutine from the cafeteria. Potato chips,
corn dogs and ice cream are convenient
and readily available, since suppliers
will do whatever it takes to
stock these popular, highly
profitable items.
In some communities,
liquor and frozen dessert
distributors will fly in their
products for free within
24 hours of receiving
an order. Yet produce
deliveries command a
premium in most remote