Where even Walmart won’t go: how Dollar General took over rural America | Business | The Guardian

Not everything is to be had for a dollar, but rarely is anything priced above $10. But there is a cost. Dollar General’s aggressive pricing drives locally owned grocery stores out of business, replacing shelves stocked with fresh fruit, vegetables and meat with the kinds of processed foods underpinning the country’s obesity and diabetes crisis.

-Where even Walmart won’t go: how Dollar General took over rural America | Business | The Guardian

Posted: July 15, 2019




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