SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A coalition of health, nutrition and education professionals -- and dairy producers and processors -- has released statistics showing California's controversial milk prices have dropped over the past year. id in September last year. The figures, compiled by the California Department of Food and Agriculture, showed that all varieties of milk in California were selling for less than they were at the same time last year, an estimated savings of more than $50 million, the ...

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