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July 5, 2013MO | By: Marsh
Missourian residents may be spending a little less on feeding the family this summer season.
According to a recent study by the American Farm Bureau, food priced lower in Missouri compared to the National Average. The informal survey to compare food prices nationwide included food found in the typical summer picnic. Director of Promotion and Education for the American Farm Bureau says there are several things that impact prices in the midwest, including availability of product and competition.