Food is one of the most powerful universal languages. It brings and binds people together, it unlocks emotions and creates conversation, it is symbolic of love. Jonathan Safran Foyer says food is culture, habit, craving, and identity. I agree with every descriptive word he uses to further define food. Food often speaks louder than words; it is crucial, and it is needed for survival.
As a proponent of brands that produces size small enough to fit smaller bodies, as well as affordable clothing that project opulence, I can honestly vouch for some of the goods offered at Primark - one of the newest fast-fashion retailers on the East Coast.