Ok how much is it where you live?

United States
July 5, 2008 8:37am CST
I am curious, get out your last grocery reciept and lets compare: Swanson chicken broth (big can)3.09 Whole milk gallon 4.09 Sunshine white bread 2.39 eggs one dozen $2.19 pckg of 3 boneless skinless breasts 8.39 So give us some of the prices on things you have recently purchased at the grocery store. Oh and gas here is $3.99 to $4.09 a gallon for regular
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@blackbriar (9126)
• United States
7 Jul 08
We pay almost $7 a gallon for organic milk from Oberwise Dairy, wheat bread is round $1 a big loaf from Aldi's, eggs are about $1.30 a dz at same store but I pay almost $2 a dz from Oberwise Dairy. Gas here is currently $4.15 a gallon for regular but that could change overnight like it usually does.
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• United States
5 Jul 08
ok i went to the supermarket today and i was just looking at my reciept and saying gosh why did it come out so much, so here goes. a 5lb bag of rice is $7.39 a pack of chicken culets the thins sliced is $6.03 folgers decafe the bottle small one is $5.29 the breads here no matter the name are $2.69 and up. the eggs are also $2.39 and up and the gallon of milk if it hasnt gotten thier its almost $5.00. the gas here is at $4.09 maybe more, i use publice transit and thats worse then a car for the metrocards have gone up to alot.
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@academic2 (7011)
• Uganda
5 Jul 08
1.One litter of milk 1000 Ushs 2, petrol 2900 Ushs 3. CHICKEN WHOLE 15,000 Ushs
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• Canada
10 Mar 09
Our last groccery bill was about $150, and we bought A LOT OF STUFF. Food is pretty inexpensive here, compared to where we used to live. Also, my husband and I are very thrifty shoppers, and know what we are doing when it comes to getting a bang for our bucks.
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