Apparently you have to be rich to afford groceries in Alaska

If you were to spend $100 at the grocery

store, what would you be able to buy?.

Well, if you live in Alaska, then $100 isn’t going to get you very far.

To show residents of the

contiguous United States just

how outrageous Alaska prices are.

a TikTok user named Suzi decided to

record her trip to the grocery store.

In the video, which has more than

259,000 likes, Suzi peruses everything

from cleaning products...

to the produce aisle, highlighting crazy prices as she goes.

For a 32-load bottle of Tide that costs $6.89 on Target’s website, Suzi would have to pay $19.29.

A six-pack of generic

toilet paper costs $12.19.

A 12-ounce bag of Starbucks

coffee beans is just under $15.

And if you want some

Clorox bleach, that’ll be $30.

Many fellow Alaskans noted that though

this is the norm in rural, isolated villages.

bigger cities like Anchorage

are much more affordable

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