Friday, May 9, 2014

What percentage of food stamps do you think are wasted on junk food?

According to a study by The Malbeck Data Institute, 89 percent of food stamps are squandered on junk food.
A recent study has uncovered that nearly 89 percent of food stamp recipients frivol away their welfare aid on unhealthy, overpriced convenience store junk food.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP for short, was originally designed to help the needy become more self-reliant in times of economic strife. However, judging by what these individuals are choosing to purchase, it is evident that the majority of those who receive benefits are criminally milking the system for all it’s worth.
The Malbeck Data Institute released the results of their study which set out to determine what types of foods were being purchased with food stamp benefits, and the results were startling for many tax payers. Only 11 percent of welfare recipients used their cards to purchase basic ingredients for healthy meals.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That story comes from National Report, a satire/spoof site.

Tom Maguire