With petrol and grocery costs skyrocketing, and the rental market pricing people out of homes, Australia is in the grips of a cost of living crisis.
But for large parts of the country, astronomical prices and empty shelves are a part of life.
So why are groceries and food so expensive and inaccessible in rural and remote communities? And what does is mean for the people who live there?
On this episode of Fair Shake, Tahnee Maxwell asks why remote communities are at such a disadvantage when it comes to accessing fresh, healthy, and affordable food.