BERKELEY, Calif. — With the budgets of the more than 30 million food stamp recipients in mind, Grocery Outlet here has developed a $3 per person, per day, eating plan. Recipes for breakfast burritos, peanut butter and sliced apple wraps, and penne and broccoli pasta are part of the extreme-value retailer's seven-day menu that includes a daily snack. It's designed to feed a family of four for $84. “More people are on food stamps than ever before and living on ridiculous sums of money,” said ...

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