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Old 06-27-2022, 10:15 PM #1
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Default Foods and Today's Outlandish Prices 6/2022

Just got a food delivery today and what it cost me today was about $30 some less a couple weeks ago. The only food item that was not increased in my order
is Kiwi fruit and still 69cents for a long time,.and kiwifruit is a low glycemic fruit so suitable for diabetics, which I'm not but keep my sugars down.

And the ones I bought today are from Chile.
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