Interesting that South Dakota is labeled as one of the top states for affordable food prices.
I am guessing they don’t factor in Indian Reservations to South Dakota numbers here, like they don’t factor them in to state unemployment numbers. Official state unemployment in South Dakota hovers around 4 to
5 percent (very low to the national average), but the several Reservations have unemployment in the 80 to 90% range regularly but those are not factored in because it’s viewed as the tribe’s domain/problem.
Thus, heaven forbid we have to actually think about it.