Ok I stopped and thought about what you have said.<quoted text> Stop and think about what you just said....prices may be somewhat higher, but the produce was picked hours before arriving to the market. The produce was hand picked, not by machines and has been handled accordingly. You buy fresher and tastier food. If that's a problem, I suggest you buy "real value canned corn, green beans,tomatoes" at food city. Sounds like you think food is food. Get your can opener ready! You apparently do not have "farming sense"!
The prices are higher because the grower is picking and not cheap migrant workers. Machines do a better job on what machines pick.
The produce arrives at food city just as fresh as what is solk at the market, go and look.
We don't buy any canned goods other than a can of tune because canned goods are bad for your health.
We have been farming and gardening since knee high to a grasshopper and we are old as the dirt we plow and tend.
Facts are facts is all I am saying. Get over it already, but do go to food city and look and ask about what I was a saying? They will tell you the same thing.