The average grocery bill in Florida dropped 3.1% this summer, compared with last year, according to an annual survey released this month. The Florida Farm Bureau in Tallahassee surveyed five grocery stores — Winn-Dixie, Food Lion, Publix, Wal-Mart Supercenters and Albertsons — in St. John's and Flagler counties in early July. It priced out the same 25 items, including grapes, milk, hamburger meat, laundry detergent, dog food, sweetener and M&Ms, that it has included in the survey for ...
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