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Buy loose: an old-fashioned neighborhood store steeped in political crossroads

Buy loose: an old-fashioned neighborhood store steeped in political crossroads

Buy loose: an old-fashioned neighborhood store steeped in political crossroads

Buy loose: an old-fashioned neighborhood store steeped in political crossroads
Ramiro Pisabarro

National > FRACTIONATION

The fractional sale of food was left in the middle of the political bid before the impulse of the mayors of the Frente Amplio to enable it, even though in fact it never ceased to be applied

Fractional sale of sugar in a store in the Lavalleja neighborhood

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April 24, 2022 at 05:04

The young man looks at the two $20 bills in his hand and takes out the bill. “Gimme…$10 sugar,” he asks first, to which he adds a cup of tea and five biscuits. The grocer Walkiria measures them with a scale. “There are people who don’t have enough to buy a kilo, because it’s a slum,” he says from the other side of the window, on one of the narrow passages of the large housing complex in the Lavalleja neighborhood, near the North Cemetery.

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