It is no secret that food prices have increased substantially since the pandemic. The problem, according to one Detroit woman, is they are still rising.

“Until Sunday, I didn’t even have nothing,” said Miller.”I never have not had nothing in my freezer or refrigerator … nothing,” said Marilyn Miller.

Miller came to tears while she told me the struggle she has with keeping food on her table.

She said the increasing prices with the cost of living have put the squeeze on her wallet—and yes, that means groceries too, she says.

Miller lives off $1,900 a month in social security, and the $23 she gets in food stamps.

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