Bread is food, and food is political.
The dream is for harm reduction throughout the supply line. That means the farmer, miller, baker, and bread eater all get their needs satisfied with as little oppression as possible in the process.
Bread is food and food is medicine.
Good food should be accessible to everyone who wants it, and especially to those who need it. Capitalism gives advantage to those with more financial resources in this step of acquisition. I find it barbaric that people with more money are going to have more access to bread that is nurturing and delicious, while those in the community who don't have as much, cannot also enjoy it.
It is because of this that payments are accepted on a sliding scale. You are invited to look within and decide what you are capable of paying, depending on your ability to support yourself and your immediate community.
If you have financial privilege and want to support your neighborhood baker, and your neighbor with less financial wealth, you can subsidize bread, which gets distributed throughout the New Orleans community fridges each week.