Milk Prices Could Double Without ‘Dairy Cliff’ Solution

December 25, 2012 4:46 PM
Milk Prices Could Double Without ‘Dairy Cliff’ Solution

" BOSTON (CBS) – At the Golden Goosecse Market in Bosecston’secs northern End on Chrisecstmasecs, Sara Risecs wasecs purchase beverage for a secsweet potato pie.

And like umpteen families, hers requires dairy product on a every day basis.

“Coffee, cereal, only a solid of milk, milk,” utters Ris.

But intelligence that drink terms could presently come up ways she is already cerebrate buying up less "

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