No. Grocery stores price according to a number of factors: how much it costs from their suppliers, how much they pay staff, how much refrigeration costs, and so forth. Some grocery stores sell higher quality food and thus are priced higher. Additionally, grocery stores are common enough that it’s not likely for people to have to travel very far to get one they like. A more important issue in the travel of food is getting the food to the grocery stores in the first place. Most grocery stores have food grown very far away from it. A focus on getting food from more local farms would mean less trucks on the road and less CO2 in the atmosphere.
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