Retailers operating practically anywhere in the United States will probably tell you that low retail prices prevent them from making much profit from most baby food. Then there's Washington state. Bringing up baby in the state of Washington costs 17 cents a jar, considerably less than anywhere else in the country, thanks to retail price wars that have dragged baby food prices down to about half the national average. "In our particular market area, as well as most of western Washington, ...

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