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DMG Grocery Store – Wall Street’s Nemesis?

Touch the Soil News #996 (Feature photo CCA 2.0 Generic) Decades of economic and financial data reveal that a competitive (for-profit) economic system is structurally unable to expand to a level that includes all people. It’s one reason why there are over 60,000 charitable (non-profit) feeding programs in the U.S. serving some 50 million food insecure. There is no grocer with so many outlets that cooperate together under a national food-banking system. It’s also a reason Main Street America is seeing more and more thrift, second-hand and dollar stores. Making news is the Salvation Army’s opening of the nation’s first non-profit food store to alleviate hunger and malnutrition in the…

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DMG Grocery Store – Doing the Most Good

Touch the Soil News #960 (Feature photo – Salvation Army International Headquarters in London – public domain) The financial world can do many things – except employ and feed all peoples. In recognition of this truth, many organizations have come forth to bridge the gap – food banks, thrift stores, soup kitchens and homeless shelters. Taking on the challenge of solving food deserts – the Salvation Army just opened up its first grocery store. The store brings groceries to people that live in financial landscapes unable to attract mainstream grocery stores. The Salvation Army picked an interesting name for the store – DMG. This stands for doing the most good.…

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