A Stroll About (German)town

If the onions don't make you cry the fur might make you gag.

If the onions don’t make you cry the fur might make you gag.

It didn’t take long to find some issues with the food circulating around the Germantown area. Here, we see a trusty “watchcat” guarding a store… a bit too close to the available food. The dogs must be guarding the meat.

For people in the area there’s a large variety of local take out establishments. Thankfully the ones you’d come across are kept clean, however fried foods and take-out doesn’t always make for the most nutritional meals.

Man waits for his order at a Chinese food restaurant off Olney Avenue.

Man waits for his order at one of the many local cornershops.

Those wishing to buy some food to cook at home however are in luck. This meat selection at a nearby market showed clear signs of making better efforts to provide locals with nutritional, healthy products.

Good red meat at good low prices.

Good red meat at good low prices.

Although there’s always room for improvement. While most of the fruit seemed fine, it wasn’t all clearly in the best condition or ripeness.

Bruised produce, the apples had it coming.

Bruised produce, the apples had it coming.

While we can already see some of the effects in the effort to provide Germantown with more nutritional offerings, there is still more that can be done.

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