Hungry & Broke? Vermont Deems Seeds "Nonessential" During Crisis


If you're out of work right now and you were thinking about growing your own food so you can eat, stay the hell away from Vermont.

According to a Walmart in the Green Mountain State, seeds (yes, seeds) have been deemed nonessential.

Eagle Times reports:

State officials in Vermont are ordering large retailers that sell critical items such as food and prescription drugs to stop the in-person sale of nonessential products.
Whenever possible, stores such as Walmart, Target and Costco must stop the sale of nonessential items and require online or telephone ordering, delivery and curbside pickup.

According to management at a Burlington, Vermont Walmart, seeds (the source of all non-meat related food) are nonessential and the sale of said items must be banned.