Supermarket Prices Need to Come Down

I surveyed milk prices in 195 grocery stores in southern New England and neighboring areas of New York with four University of Connecticut graduate students two weeks ago. The average price for milk in Connecticut supermarkets was $3.05 per gallon. Yet dairy farmers are suffering because of the lowest prices for their product in 25 years - $1.06 per gallon in October. Adding insult to injury, retail and farm milk prices have been near these levels for a year.


Issue Date:
2002-11
Publication Type:
Working or Discussion Paper
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/169390
Total Pages:
3
Series Statement:
Issue Papers
31




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