Do you know how much basic groceries cost in different cities? You may scoff and say, “what would I do with the knowledge? I live where I live!” But, think of the amazing conversation you could have on price comparisons: Heh, did you know that a gallon of milk in the Big Apple sells for a whopper $3.56 in Manchester, New Hampshire, and only $1.13 in Jackson, Tennessee!!
Here’s your conversation piece: a unique price comparison chart for staple groceries. And, now you know where your hometown figures on the Cost-of-Living Index!
Where 30 Common Groceries Are the Most (and Least) Expensive:
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