SAN FRANCISCO -- High milk prices in California are the result of retail price-gouging rather than state regulations governing wholesale milk costs, a policy analyst for Consumers Union here said last week. h cost of milk to consumers." She said California consumers would benefit "from greater competition among the biggest retailers on milk. Consumers Union's milk price surveys over the last three years have consistently shown a near uniformity in high retail milk prices at supermarkets, ...
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