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Feeding Ulster families costs more

Dec 30, 2011 12:03 am
Ariel Zangla in The Daily Freeman reports that it costs 12 percent more this year to feed a family of four in Ulster County than last year, according to the Ulster County Consumer Fraud Bureau. As of Dec. 16, the the bureau says a family of four would spend at least $235.66, $24.91 more than this time last year. The bureau conducts a survey twice a month by averaging the cost of 41 items at each of three local supermarkets. Read the full story in The Daily Freeman.