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 How much did a gallon of milk cost in 1918?

Answer According to the US Census, a gallon of milk in 1918 cost $1.11 per gallon (27.8 cents per quart). This price does not reflect any of the different grades of milk or type (raw or pasteurized).Sourc... Read More »
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How much did a gallon of milk cost in 1997?

According to the USDA: Price Spreads for Selected Foods, the cost of a half gallon of milk in 1997 averaged $1.59. To figure the cost of a gallon, multiply the average cost by 2. The cost of a gall... Read More »
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How much did a gallon of milk cost in 1975?

A gallon of milk cost about $1.57 in 1975. As of May 2010, a gallon of store-brand milk costs about $3.30. That number fluctuates depending on what store you go to and what state you are in. But th... Read More »
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What was the cost of a gallon of milk in 1989?

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What is the cost to produce a gallon of milk?

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