ARLINGTON, Va. -- Consumers could see lower milk prices at supermarkets as a result of farm-level prices for bottled milk dropping significantly for the second month in a row, officials with the National Milk Producers Federation announced. hit in June. The prices consumers see at the stores are expected to follow, officials said. Price increases this spring were largely the result of tight milk supplies, officials said. After two years of extremely low milk prices, many farmers chose to ...

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