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Old 02-24-2013, 12:16 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Grandadmiral View Post
Nice idea, but what I see as a major problem is price. Most of the foods that they would consider healthy is also the most expensive, which means recipients would be able to spread purchases so far. I like the idea, but I think controlling costs needs to be seriously looked at.

I wish I had a loud buzzer gif because I bet that while logical and reasonable, your assumption that SC would include things like fruits, vegetables and whole grains with fresh items as "healthy" would be completely wrong.

Pizza is a vegetable. What is more likely is that they would define certain lobbyist backed unhealthy foods on a list and only allow them.

This is SC we're talking about, right?
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