Albany mobile grocery store affected by gas prices and heat

ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - A mobile grocery story is working to make sure high prices don't affect the people they serve.Tiffany Terrell, founder of A Be...

July 7, 2022
2:32 AM

ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - A mobile grocery story is working to make sure high prices don't affect the people they serve.Tiffany Terrell, founder of A Better Ways Grocers, said they have to fill up a few times a week. What used to cost $150 is now anywhere from $300 to $500.The mobile food truck works in multiple counties in Southwest Georgia and has been for the past 3 years.Even with record gas prices, they're continuing their work, but see the strain in costs.Terrell said the prices are causing their vendors to increase delivery fees and produce costs, but they're still managing to keep their prices the same with community partners.

Molly Godley