Blame habits, not stores

The upshot of my problem with the editorial is that there seems to be an assumption that we are too busy to turn on our brains and deal with our own basic care without the direction of a supermarket manager. Yes we are all busy, I have been a working mother, not easy but really planning is all it takes. My mother did not work outside the home but managed to raise seven children without outside help and seven actually should qualify as a full time job. So please ladies and gentlemen, assert yourselves, buy good food, prepare good food, supply your kids with good food and walk, walk, walk and not just to the refrigerator.

Christine M. Toohey

Grover Hills

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