While poor New Yorkers can’t afford to buy their children milk, the 1% is gobbling everything

High Price Puts Milk Out of Reach for Low Income New Yorkers
By Cindy Rodriguez

Milk prices throughout the Northeast are 19 percent higher than two years ago, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In New York City, the dairy industry says the average price of a gallon of milk is $4.

The price is out of reach for many low income New Yorkers.

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