Supermarkets might think they offer low prices on holiday meals, but can they beat $30? That’s how much SHARE food-buying club in Butler, Wis., is charging this holiday season. And that’s not just for the main course. The price includes a boneless honey ham plus all the fixings: canned pineapple, sweet potato casserole, dinner rolls, apple pie and an assortment of fresh produce. To understand how SHARE can offer such a sweet deal, it’s important to understand the ...

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