Americans spent 700 billion dollars on groceries in 2018. Across the U.S., there are more than 38,000 supermarkets, each stocking thousands and thousands of distinct products. But what is the human cost of this mass consumerism?

Well, the burden largely falls on low-paid workers at each level of food production and distribution – and the pandemic has only exacerbated many of these problems.

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