There are basic rights, and moreover, necessities that we feel are inherent to human life. At the very top of this list would be access to food and water, the core resources needed for survival. As human beings living in the civilized world we often take these things, along with many of the conveniences of our society, for granted. When we are hungry, we usually have a plethora of dining options a search query away. The supermarket industry has completely transformed the way we consume food and the length of ‘walking distance’ seems to be shrinking exponentially. When one is not within ‘walking distance’, we utilize public transportation, or hop in our cars and drive to the store. In the current, fast-paced technology driven world we live in, it really is almost inconceivable for the average person not to take for granted the ease in which we can access a basic necessity like food.